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The Odiferous Plant

Musk mallow is a strong scented wildflower native to Europe that was brought to America as an ornamental plant of America’s gardens. It escaped cultivation and is now a weedy plant of the northeast U.S.  It gets its name from its strong musky odor when tis leaves are crushed. You can find this plant growing along roadsides, in fields and waste places.

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