Kim S
Kim S
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  • Winston Salem, NC


Last one, does anybody know what kind of plant this is? It appears to be some sort of self-seeding annual
3 feet high
3 feet high
From above
From above

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  • Katherine Weber-Turcotte
    on Jun 10, 2014

    Always check the stems first to see if they are square. If they are square then it is a member of the mint varieties of thyme and or any other herb and check out the images to compare.

  • Kelly O
    on Jun 11, 2014

    cat mint?

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