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Plant ID Indiana

 
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Location: east central indiana
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Looking for help to ID this plant.
Zone 5, Indiana,
It's short (at the moment). Seems to have a whorled leaf pattern. Reminds me of those tropical plants they sell but it gets too cold here.
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Plant leaf pic 1
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Let it maybe go to flower for a better ID.  I have weeds in yard I have not ID'd yet but are ripping them out and turning into compost.  The more weeds the more compost for my garden. :)
 
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