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Greetings. My wife planted some seeds last year and the labels have faded completely. Any ideas what these are? She thinks she planted some comfrey and yarrow. Pretty sure I can identify the yarrow, but not sure any of the others are comfrey. Appreciate the help!

https://goo.gl/photos/kWNJ55w4n96tsrsz7

 
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Far right is the comfrey, next one to the left is yarrow, far left looks something like an ox-eye daisy?
 
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The leaves on the far left plant look like my echinacea to me.
 
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Third one along is yarrow, far right is comfrey. Second photo looks like it could be monarda?
 
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Thanks, all. My wife remembers planting echinacea and she thinks Shasta daisy. That should solve the mystery. Appreciate the help!
 
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