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Can you identify this plant

 
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They have popped up all over my property. Good looking/interesting for me. That is sand, not snow Thank-you
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What plant is this?
What plant is this?
 
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Fuzzy leaves? A little hard to tell from the photo, but maybe mullein (or maybe not), lambs ear, or rose campion. All good stuff. Did you see it flower during the summer?
 
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Leigh Tate wrote:Fuzzy leaves? A little hard to tell from the photo, but maybe mullein (or maybe not), lambs ear, or rose campion. All good stuff. Did you see it flower during the summer?



Yes fuzzy leaves, does that help? I did not see a flower, maybe I missed it but I do not think so at this point.
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