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Weeds Id (still) needed

 
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These three grow like weeds around the yard. Anyone identify?
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Weed 1
Weed 1
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Weed 2
Weed 2
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Weed 3
Weed 3
 
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Weed 1 looks like a member of the mint family. When broken off does the stem have a square cross section?
 
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yup, 1 is a mint.

is 3 valerian?
 
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Weed 3 doesn't look like the valerian I have growing here.
 
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Here is a couple pics of the flowers they put out for additional help.
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Goes with weed 3
Goes with weed 3
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Goes weed1
Goes weed1
 
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with the closer look at weed 1 leaves it is not a mint family.
 
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Maybe dog fennel for number two?

I think number one is used as an ornamental ground cover around here, but I can't think of the name.
 
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Could weed one in the second set be Helianthemum aka Sunrose?

 
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More weeds to ID:
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Here's another shot. You can see how it's taking over the pasture:
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The first one is a sida, the 2nd one is marestail/horseweed, the third one is wedelia, or creeping daisy (Sphagneticola trilobata).
 
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The first one is Sida acuta, the second one looks like conyza canadensis with a bad case of witch’s broom( a virus) and the last one is wedelia. I’m not sure about the second one but the other 2 I’m sure of. Sida acuta is a roadside weed here in Florida but it’s actually a powerful medicinal in the hibiscus (mallow) family. Look it up.
 
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I have the 2nd "weed" as well
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That is an artemisia species...not sure which one.
 
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