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Plant identification

 
Jerry White
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Help with identification. Leaf is a little fuzzy on top. Pressing down on it makes it stick to your finger. Bottom is kinda slick. It has somewhat of a strong smell to it. See pictures.
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mitch brant
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Looks like White Mulberry.
 
Nicole Alderman
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Jerry White
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Do any of these help. Little prickly balls on it.
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Joylynn Hardesty
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Mulberry weed. Blah! Next time it appears, drop it BEFORE the thing flowers. It is highly prolific.
http://missouriplants.com/Greenalt/Fatoua_villosa_page.html
 
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