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Brendan Danley
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finally remembering to take pics of the whole plant.
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Brendan Danley
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#2
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#3
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#4
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Brendan Danley
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#5 No luck on this guy yet, so I thought I'd repost him.
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Roberta Wilkinson
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The first, with the clusters of white flowers and ferny leaves is yarrow.
 
Roberta Wilkinson
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I think your number 5 is Persian Clover: Trifolium resupinatum
 
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Roberta Wilkinson wrote:I think your number 5 is Persian Clover: Trifolium resupinatum


Thank you so much Roberta!!! I thought it was some kind of clover!
 
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#3 I got White Wand Beardtongue
 
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#2 Whorled Milkweed
 
mitch brant
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#5 Prunella vulgaris aka common self-heal or heal-all
 
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Thanks Mitch!
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