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by has55 Mon Sep 26, 2016 5:58 pm
Looks like ground cherry on the left, zinnia on the right. And a mint of some sort in the back.
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I concur, the left plant looks like ground cherry leaves to me(though it could theoretically be potato or tomato too), the one on the right looks like an oversized basil to me. The small one does look minty-ish.
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