No matter how passive/aggressive the spring, I can count on the parsley, sage, and oregano to return in my garden.  I can also count on these pretty purple weeds.  Thankfully I was able to get most of them pulled and the soil tilled with the hope of getting good stuff into the garden before much longer.

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  1. I don’t believe I have seen that plant before. Do you know the name of it?

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  2. Oooo you got the detail of this really well!

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  3. I think its called Henbit. They’re all over my yard and the bumblebees love them.

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  4. it is called henbit.

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  5. Its a giraffe head plant

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