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Can you help me ID these plants in West Virginia

 
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These are photos of the property I am moving to on the other side of the continent and I'm not sure what they are. It looks like vines growing up trees, mushrooms that I hope are edible and medicinal,  yellow flowers that may not be clear enough to identify,  a thistle relative? The property is on both sides of the road.
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A mushroom
A mushroom
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looking south
looking south
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the plant in the foreground?
the plant in the foreground?
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thistle or a relative?
thistle or a relative?
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land on both sides of the road
land on both sides of the road
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All very green
All very green
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I would recommend using the plant.id App or website. I personally rather photo references to search myself, but the platform really helps.

 
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foreground plant in third picture is milkweed. the next one, you’re right, is thistle.
 
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