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I'm beginning to redo our garden and need your help with identifying existing plants left over from the previous (now abandoned) ornamental garden.

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I believe this is just some weed.

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About to start flowering. Completely disappears underground during winter and sprouts out again in spring.

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Very tiny (2 inches tall) with light blue flowers (already done).

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My wife says this is Geranium. Has small purple flowers (already done).

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I don't believe this was intentionally planted.

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This must be some well-known herb, no?

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Has yellow flowers (yet to bloom).

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A tiny cutie.

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#1: Campanula, probably poschkarskyana
#2: Lotus (scientific name) from the fabaceae family (there are no "weeds" in my book: most of these plants are even considered medicinal herbs)
#3: probably acanthus
#4: probably some species of thyme
#5: yes, geranium, they come in different sizes and forms
#6: probably golden rod
#7: could be satureja or thyme
#8: coreopsis?
Not sure about the next two. Have you tried one of the Apps to identify flowers, like Flora incognita?
I have heard they are pretty good (from people using them in Germany).
 
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No. 9 could be oenothera perennis, but I have never seen it with my own eyes so I am cautious...
 
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