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PLant ID ? 1 tree 1 low weed / herb south eastern MA  RSS feed

 
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I have a low growing flowering plant I am wondering what it is sort of looks like a clover family plant but not sure oval leaves wider at base

and a tree that I was wondering about so far only about 4 feet tall wide leaves that I do not recognize
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low growing purple flowers
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small tree wide leaves
 
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top plant is self heal, prunella vulgaris, also known as heal all.

second i am not sure at all, it has a look similar to a kiwi vine.
 
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I had not thought to taste it! Thank you, it sounds useful , I was just enjoying the flowers . I will have to taste it and see if it would be a usefull addition to the kitchen
 
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the bottom pic is of an aspen tree
 
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Thank you Sean
we have so many different plants on the farm I am trying to learn to identify them .
 
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