Capeweed (Arctotheca calendula) is a troublesome annual weed that invades lawns, pastures, and gardens. It features a distinctive rosette of lobed, hairy leaves and bright yellow, daisy-like flowers. Capeweed can quickly spread and dominate an area, outcompeting desirable plants. Effective control involves maintaining a healthy lawn, regular mowing, and the use of selective herbicides specifically formulated to target Capeweed.