1. Thank you! Sometimes the name is written as “dead-nettle” or “deadnettle” though it’s not clear to me where the “dead” part comes from … possibly because some nettles are thorny or poisonous, and those that aren’t are called “dead” ones. Weird, eh? 🙂


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