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Old Friday 5th January 2018, 04:25
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Ground clover looking plant, March, northern NJ

Hello,

Trying to identify this plant, grows close to ground, clover looking, found in March, northern NJ.

Thanks for any ideas.
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Old Friday 5th January 2018, 11:57
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Does your plant flower?
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Old Saturday 6th January 2018, 02:27
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Hello,

thank you for the welcome message and Happy NY.

I am not sure if it flowers or not, I took this picture once last spring and have not gotten back to the same spot in the woods to see if it turned into a flower over the last summer. Sorry if I am being that guy who doesn't provide adequate data to work with. I understand if it's impossible to make exact determinations given that.
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Old Saturday 6th January 2018, 12:11
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Not to worry. It's not something I recognise, but someone else might be able to help.
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Old Sunday 7th January 2018, 04:06
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Thanks. Another site had a suggestion that it is just a basal rosette of garlic mustard. Looking at other exemplars online, they must be right as I see garlic mustard in the same area later the next month of April.
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