I have this stuff growing everywhere in my yard and in my flower beds. It looks like 4-leaf clover with little pink flowers and It's actually quite pretty. My Texas gardening book describes it as a tough, low-growing perennial - easy to grow in light to fairly heavy shade. Well this stuff grows like a weed. The book goes on to say use it as a low border or in a perennial garden. I've seen other homes where they have used it as a border around the base of a tree and that is very pretty. Very contained and managable. But that is not the case here.
I wouldn't mind it if I had some control of it, but it is way out of control on this property. It is EVERYWHERE in my yard. It drives me bananas and it is almost impossible to get rid of. It has these deep, deep roots and little bulblets that simply won't come out of the ground. Even with all the moisture we've had and as soggy as the ground is, these things still are the dickens to get out. I thought I pulled it all out of my flower beds last fall, but with all this rain and now the warm weather it is popping up all over and taking over. Guess I've got some weeding ahead of me (although technically it's not a weed - LOL).