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This plant is almost 6 feet tall. Does anyone have ideas as to what it is?
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Looks like chia to me.....
 
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Thank you Alder. I believe you nailed it! I had a compost-in-place barrel there over the summer and it is very likely that some chia seed ended up in there.

That is why I was so eager to identify the plant because I figured it was something that came out of my kitchen.
 
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that's what chia looks like when it's not stuck to a terra cotta animal? wow!
 
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