Plant id?

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  1. JonJorpeland

    JonJorpeland New Member

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    Is it possible to id these plants seen in Lincoln county, OR in April? I've looked in Calflora but I'm clueless. It's just the leaves, so maybe it's not possible to id. these, but any help is appreciated.

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    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Second will be Mustard Family. Third is tansy ragwort.
     
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    togata57 Contributor 10 Years

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    1, Stachys...?
     
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    #1 will most likely turn out to be Rose Campion. (Lychnis Coronaria) Should have mid to dark pink, four petaled flowers. The grey green fuzzy leaves are (to me) a dead give away. They are not native to the US, but seen to have spread everywhere. barb
     

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