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here are two plants. the first two are I believe the same plant one in full shade, the other in full sun

The thirs is hard to discern but it is a pale green with linear leaves.

Thanks you guys are the best

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pics would help
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Looks to me like it might be pokeweed. If it gets REAL big and the stems turn red, then you'll know. It is considered a nuisance by many, and also toxic, but some people eat the young shoots in spring.

http://www.eattheweeds.com/can-be-deadly-but-oh-so-delicious-pokeweed-2/

Hope this helps.
 
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