I know this is in the Mint family since it has a square stem
Leaves are more pointy, but in this pattern (pinnate 3 up top, a gap and 2 lower ones)
Also the edges are serrated (like Japanese maple)
I did not plant these, but coming up everywhere –
I want to use them for cooking but want to know what they are .
Leaf exactly like that except Serrated like a 3 leave strawberry leaf (trifolia ), more skinny though
and 2 more underniegth
Like pinnate leaf picture
(picture wrong see exact picture in google images wrong name under it on post for some reason , but not when posted .)
Leaves are opposite of each other
stem solid .
Smell almost reminds me of parsely or cilantro very faint smell.
Thank you for guessing but not Penny royal.
May even be a Carrot family (I know deadly )
Failing that, I highly recommend going to your library and looking for a plant field guide with a dichotomous key. The best way to ID things is by ruling out what it isn’t, and dichotomous keys are designed to do exactly that.
Thank you will look into it
It has been years since it looked into this
Used to post on Garden web name that plant
I also saw This site I can search by Family (api ace - ae Apiaceae )
will have to look into USDA , but looks like the site changed (EDIT in my notes have a ton of plant links will have to add the one(s) posted, and research them.)
Above you replied same time I did Thank you, but not queens ann’s lace (EDIT STEM SMOOTH)
I am used to Staying away from FEather like leaves until I get better
Didn’t know Water hemlock had leaves like that
(I should of smelled the root looking for that carrot smell when I saw it.)