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#1 looks like lambs ears (Stachys byzantina).
 
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1st plant Stachys byzantina (lamb's ears)
2nd plant Hieracium (hawkweed), there are several similar looking species
 
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Emilie Thomas-Anderson wrote:#1 looks like lambs ears (Stachys byzantina).



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Mike Turner wrote:1st plant Stachys byzantina (lamb's ears)
2nd plant Hieracium (hawkweed), there are several similar looking species



Thanks Mike! I had thought maybe False Dandelion, but wasn't sure.
 
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