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I have almost no idea what anything looks like.





 
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Top photo: a geranium of some sort.
Middle photo, from left to right: geranium, chickweed (the very spring-green plant with tiny white flowers), and I think self-heal (the more blue/gray-green plant with purple/pink flowers).
 
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Top is Carolina geranium I think.
Middle is geranium on the left, chickweed with tiny white flowers, then the one with small horn shaped flowers is dead nettle
I am blanking on the bottom photo.

Whoops actually I think it's mouse ear chickweed
 
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Thank you both!
 
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