Here are some mystery plants growing in my yard. Can you help me ID them?? The first has thick, slick leaves.
This one has "furry" leaves.
This one spreads and has pretty bluish-purplish flowers.
a close up
The second pic looks like a coreopsis seedling but it's hard to tell at such a young stage and before blooming.
The third looks like a dwarf betony. I have both the dwarf and full size. Here's some info from Dave's Garden. You'd need to check the leaves, though. the ones you pictured look more pointy.
Your third and fourth pic looks like something that goes wild in my chicken yard in the spring. It's called Prairie Clover. It's very short lived, if it's the same thing. A few years ago, Springhill Nursery was selling this stuff for $7.99 a pot. It is very pretty!
Your 3rd & 4th ones also look like a new kind of salvia that I got this year. I don't remember the name but the blooms & leaves look almost exact as far as I can tell. If it's a salvia...it would be natural for it to spread like that one is doing.
The first one looks almost like a strawberry, but you said thick, slick leaves...so that wouldn't be right.
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The first one looks like some sort of shrub seedling...trying to think of the name but it escapes me right now.
second, not sure....looks more like a weed.
third, I also think it's betony.
The second pic looks like kalabo.
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