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#2 looks a lot like Virginia Mountain Mint. Does it have a square stem?
 
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mitch brant wrote:#2 looks a lot like Virginia Mountain Mint. Does it have a square stem?



I'll check on the square stem. I'm convinced though. I think you nailed it Mitch! Thank you!
 
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#1 is more difficult. Not sure if flowers are in bloom, pre-bloom or post bloom. Also can't clearly make out the leaf arrangement. Otherwise, it looks similar to Pink Thoroughwort, Eupatorium incarnatum.
 
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mitch brant wrote:#1 is more difficult. Not sure if flowers are in bloom, pre-bloom or post bloom. Also can't clearly make out the leaf arrangement. Otherwise, it looks similar to Pink Thoroughwort, Eupatorium incarnatum.



Yeah Mitch, I had the same question when I saw it. Kind of a "whatzithuh?" I'll keep my eye on it while doing my blackberry rounds and get more pictures. There is a Late-Flowering Thoroughwort here and that may be it. Thanks again for your help! You're the best Mitch!
 
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It certainly resembles Lateflowering thoroughwort and that came to mind, but I didn't think so because it normally blooms in Sept and later.
 
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mitch brant wrote:It certainly resembles Lateflowering thoroughwort and that came to mind, but I didn't think so because it normally blooms in Sept and later.



That would make sense.
 
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mitch brant wrote:It certainly resembles Lateflowering thoroughwort and that came to mind, but I didn't think so because it normally blooms in Sept and later.



Miych, I have an ID on this plant. Wild Quinine/American Feverfew. Thanks again for your help!
 
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