Can anyone help identify these

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Ralien38
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Can anyone help identify these

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Random wild growth I would like to know more about.ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

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Photos #3 & 6 look like Rosemary. I've grown it in a flower pot & it bloomed. it started as a single stems & took 2 years to form branches. I haven't a clue on the other photos.

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# 1, 2, and 7 are a goldenrod.
the purple-ish one looks like a kind of liatris.
#3 and 6 look to be in the pea family, you can kind of tell by the flower, they look like little sweet peas all in tight-ish clusters.
the other yellow ones on the vine look like the pea family also.
the bush at the bottom is really hard to say until you have some bark and possibly a bloom but maybe a storax? I don't know your area which makes it even harder.

Here is a good look up guide for flowers, search your area.
https://www.wildflowersearch.org/
love a flower challenge :D
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I believe the yellow flower is European goldenrod (woundwort) and your purple flower is wild bergamot.

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