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Purple Dead Nettle or Lamium (Lamium purpureum) : Stock Photo
Purple Dead Nettle or Lamium (Lamium purpureum), Invasive Plant. Weedy annual introduced from Eurasia. A weed of open areas, fields, lawns and waste places throughout most of the U.S. Invasive, very difficult to remove once established. Michigan

Purple Dead Nettle or Lamium (Lamium purpureum)

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Purple Dead Nettle or Lamium (Lamium purpureum), Invasive Plant. Weedy annual introduced from Eurasia. A weed of open areas, fields, lawns and waste places throughout most of the U.S. Invasive, very difficult to remove once established. Michigan
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Ed Reschke
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Oxford Scientific
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