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Is that common pokeweed?
Looks like lysimachia. Creeping jenny.
That's common milkweed
I agree 100% with tntreeman. My advice was going to be to ignore this plant carewise. Turn your back on it and it will reward you.
Looks like Chinese Lantern plant
it's definitely mandevilla
That is Siberian Squill
Definitely hepatica. Flowers come out in a little bouquet. Then leaves follow.
Lycoris squamigera--naked lady lily. Leaves come in spring, die back,
then the flower emerges in August.
That is a big bad weed--pull it out before it drops seed. Looks like a nettle with prickly stems. Wear gloves.
why sure :) I grow this plant in my garden and I love it!
Looks like a Lychnis "maltese cross"
This is spigelia marilandica.
looks like a wood violet
Looks like some kind of bittersweet to me. Is the plant vining?
That is a Kirengeshoma Palmata. Kirengeshoma means "yellow lotus hat" in Japanese I think. Also known as "wax bells". I have this plant in part shade in zone 4B. I love it.
Grasses. Daylilies. Stonecrop sedum in between. You could terrace it, too, and make two level garden areas.
Yup---that's a Jack-in-the-Pulpit seed pod. I have them all over the place.
That is an actaea, just like you thought. Different types bloom at different times in the season. I have one that blooms in mid June and another that blooms in October.
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