I have a new weed popping up by the hundreds. I've been trying to ID it, but haven't found it in weed or wildflower ID sites. Working on pix, but in the meantime:
Upright growth at least two feet tall
Alternate, simple leaves on prominent leaf stalks, toothed edges
Leaves are shaped like rounded triangles (or ovals with the bottom cut off), maybe half again as long as wide, and sharply pointed at the tip. About like deltoid on this chart:
[url=https://www.vplants.org/plants/glossary/plate03.html]leaf shapes chart[/url]
but mine isn't quite that rounded and is longer relative to the base width.
TINY whitish 4 petaled flowers in round clusters (maybe umbels) growing on a stalk from the axils where petiole joins stem
No visible leaf or stem hairs, round straight stem
Basal leaves become branches with several leaves from them and smaller flower clusters in those leaf axils.
Anybody help with this or does it have to wait until I can post a couple pix? The pix aren't great because my specimen was already pretty wilted by the time I tried to photo it.
PS not garlic mustard or white snakeroot, I'm very familiar with both of those. This has one nearly spherical umbel growing on each flower stalk with two or three stalks at each axil. Quite distinctive looking.