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Is the first one columbine? It has volunteered at the base of a lilac tree from somewhere. Second one starts with an "e" I think but I can remember any more than that and have been unsuccessful googling and searching.
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Columbine?
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E something?
 
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First one is Eastern Waterleaf. Don't know the other one.
 
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pretty sure the second one is Epimedium....
 
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Alder Burns wrote:pretty sure the second one is Epimedium....



I think you are right. Also, the Waterleaf photo has the hairiest and thickest stems I've ever seen for this plant.
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