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What is this plant? Please help!

comments (4) July 2nd, 2013 in gallery
Rscott24 Rscott24, member
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These plants are in my garden but I don't know what they are, any help will be much appreciated!



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Comments (4)

ddipasq writes: The first could be veronica if it is woody but a salvia if not. Posted: 12:24 am on March 28th
Daisey22 writes: I agree with tntreeman. Posted: 11:05 am on July 4th
Rscott24 writes: Thanks very much!! Posted: 5:31 am on July 2nd
tntreeman writes: pretty sure the first one is Salvia nemerosa the second looks to be Hypericum of some sort Posted: 4:03 am on July 2nd
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