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ID plant

Griñón, Madrid, Spain

Id ths thing.

thx.

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Beautiful, BC(Zone 8b)

Do the leaves have an aroma when crushed?

Seattle, WA

The leaves look like Aegopodium. If not, then it could be something of that of Mentha.

San Francisco, CA

def. not Aegopodium. It almost looks like our "yerba buena", which is Saturejra douglasii, but I do not know if that would be present in Espana....

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