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#2 Something in the mint family?
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#3 another mint?
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#4 A plant that my father used in the landscaping
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#5 another landscape plant, forgot the foliage shot on this one. I can get it Friday, if necessary. I think this one is a hosta flower, on reflection...
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Number one is possibly St John's Wort Hypericum perforatum
I'm not sure about 2
3 is a sage - possible Clary Sage Salvia sclarea but check the base of the plant and look for larger flatter leaves.
4 is Black eyed Susan vine Thunbergia alata,
 
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Irene Kightley wrote:Number one is possibly St John's Wort Hypericum perforatum
I'm not sure about 2
3 is a sage - possible Clary Sage Salvia sclarea but check the base of the plant and look for larger flatter leaves.
4 is Black eyed Susan vine Thunbergia alata,



The flowers of #3 are similar to the broad leaf sage that I grow, but the leaves point me to mint family still.... I'm thinking maybe Heart Leaf Skullcap? another type of skullcap? Thanks for your help Irene!
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here are the flowers of my sage, for comparison. Definitely similar.
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#1 seems to match the spotted St. John's Wort. Thanks again Irene!
 
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#2 I think may be American Germander.
 
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