Are these all weeds?

Are these all weeds?
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skippysje wrote:

Out of curiosity how big are these images?
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Do you want them? (One definition of a weed is a plant growing where it is not wanted.)
Anyway, apart from the first, these are not common garden weeds. I'd need to see (clear images of) flowers to be certain of identifications.

Epilobium species (willowherb), probably Epilobium montanun, but I need to see flowers to be sure.
Almost certainly a weed.
The plant at the bottom left is Perovskia. Not a weed. I can't identify the plant at the top left.

If you mean the purple flowers, I can't tell what it is (possibilities are Linaria purpurea, Veronica spicata and Veronica longifolia). The first is a cultivated plant that often goes wild, whether the last two are usually found as cultivated plants.
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Look as if they are the young rosettes of Papaver orientale agg. (Oriental poppies), though I can think of alternatives. Not weeds.
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Not a very clear photograph, but I think that they're Allium schoenprasum (chives). Usually not a weed.
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A Primula sp. Usually not a weed.
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Might be a Rhus typhiflua (sumach) sucker. This is a cultivated shrub, but can turn invasive, at which point the owner decides it's a weed.
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skippysje said:

The first photo is the only one where you have what almost everyone would agree is a large, weedy plant (behind the Perovskia aka Russian Sage, not a weed).
The second photo has some weeds mixed in with what might be a Veronica (speedwell) cultivar, not a weed.
Any plant that you (1) don't like that is (2) growing where you don't want it to grow might as well be, for all intents and purposes, a weed.
Throw in aggressive spreading and seeding, and even otherwise pretty plants will end up on many "weed" lists.
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