rrruuunnn
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what is this plant?

what is this plant?

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rrruuunnn
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opabinia51
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What does it smell like. Take one of the leaves and rub it between your fingers.... at first glance, I'm thinking chicory but, I don't know.

mattandflyte
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opabinia51 wrote:What does it smell like. Take one of the leaves and rub it between your fingers.... at first glance, I'm thinking chicory but, I don't know.
was just going to post the same remark

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Jess
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Looks like Glechoma hederacea (ground ivy) Have you noticed the flowers at all? little purple/blue lipped flowers?

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Re: What is this plant

Looks like catnip to me.

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Re: What is this plant

ahughes798 wrote:Looks like catnip to me.
It does look a lot like catnip and other kinds of mint but it's not. It's different enough from catnip that I'm pretty sure it's something else. No clue what though; I don't recognize it.

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