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Hello - I have 3 plants in my yard that I can't identify.

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Well welcome! You certainly land with a thud! Do you have more pictures? This is not easy as it is, and flower, stem, leaf, and habit pictures obviously would certainly help! You could also dinate 100 to the website because its loose in your pocket?
 
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Well welcome! You certainly land with a thud! Do you have more pictures? This is not easy as it is, and flower, stem, leaf, and habit pictures obviously would certainly help! You could also dinate 100 to the website because its loose in your pocket?
Hi, I apologize for the inconvenience! I have some more photos, but if these aren't clear enough, just reply with the ones you need and I should be able to post them by tomorrow.

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#3 looks like Baptisia which is a herbaceous perennial with blue flowers.
 

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1 could be Apple-of-Peru / Apple of Peru with blue flowers. A very beautiful wild plant. But I could be wrong.

2 Looks like a self seed avocado .. Very wild guess, but great fun.

3 I declare defeat!
 
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Number One :- Can't see clearly enough .
Number Two :- Looks like a young Loquat tree (Eriobotrya japonica).
Number Three :- Too indistinct to see .
 
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Could you please go closer to the last one? Can't see the leaves very well!
 
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The last one is Arum italicum, common names "Lords and Ladies", Cuckoo Pint, Wake Robin, Friars Cowl etc. Classed as an invasive plant in the US.
 

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