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plant id? could it be Good King Henry?

 
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Don't know what the following plant is, but once thought it to be Good King Henry.  Not so sure now.  The top photo is the mystery plant.....the bottom photo is standard lambsquarters along with a purple hybrid.  The mystery plant appears more shade-loving and comes on later in the summer as compared to lambsquarters which is quite early.  Location is north central plains of the US in the Red River Valley.  Thoughts?
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It looks a lot like lamb's Quater. They're related so you may be right. I've never seen GKH.
 
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I found a picture and I don't think the leaf edges look right.
 
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Chenopodium album
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Maybe white goosefoot?

What country are you in?
 
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Ken W Wilson wrote:

What country are you in?



US--Red River Valley south of the Canadian border.  Yeah, it may just be some ecotype of C. album.
 
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the one in the bottom picture is magenta lambs quarters , i grow these, i use these for spring lettuce
 
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