Can you identify these plants?

University of Michigan fans would "brush" this plant away.

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One of the early blooming plants with pollen for bees and often killed, en masse!

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Early bloomer, smells like purple bubblegum

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The name of this one just "frits" away.

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A "summer" flake.

 

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Gets its name from the belief it cures diseases of the lung.

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Plant of felines.

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Jumps, leaps, _______ vine

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Loved by slugs, once known as Funkia.

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You saw me earlier, older up above.

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Named for a wise leader.

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Often confused with the weedy Star of Bethlehem.

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A "bland" spring flower.

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A "rising sun" tree with spring and fall color

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Stiff stems hold up this plant's large flowers. Its better-known herbaceous relative has stems that don't hold up without help.

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We're not sure what "square" and "old" has to do with this plant, but even a weedy tree has beauty

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Do you know this wetland plant?

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An evergreen crucifer with tufts of white flowers.

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What weed is this that pretends so well to be your groundcover.

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Spotted leaves, pink, blue, sometimes white flowers.

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This color blue is hard to forget and also hard to reproduce in photos.

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Small, facing down, like a holy man's cap.

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Eye popping woodland native.

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We love it for spicy fragrance and because viburnum leaf beetle doesn't.

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You saw my square old self up above. Did you know I am one of the highest value wildlife trees in North America?

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A white blooming shrub that aspires to be an oak.

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Big buds, big red flowers, small tree.

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