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Hi, not related to rabbits, but I would use some help identifying this plant, I knew the name but couldn't remember.
It smells nicely I am pretty sure it is a medicinal plant as well, I would appreciate any assistance, thanking in advance!
Some fresh cuttings here

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It's a pity no one can help here, I've tried a few sites but no luck so far, thousands of photos takes time, there must be an app helping to identify from a photo
 

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Have you tried "Native flowers to (location)"? It's what I use when Googling unknown plants and bugs in my area. What is the general area you are from?
 

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I don't think it it is native to location, it grows in a garden, there were many other plants imported from many countries and continents. Thank you I will keep looking
 

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You're welcome. Did it come from the ground, a bush, or tree? I mean, it looks a little like a lilac and Lily mix.
 

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It's a pity no one can help here, I've tried a few sites but no luck so far, thousands of photos takes time, there must be an app helping to identify from a photo
I don't know what plant that is, but there are several Plant Identification Apps (PlantSnap, PictureThis, and PlantNet) that could help!
 

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You're welcome. Did it come from the ground, a bush, or tree? I mean, it looks a little like a lilac and Lily mix.
No it is much smaller than lilacs, leaves look a bit like Vinca, this is ground covering plant with long creepy stems
 

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Sorry I missed this. Next time you need a plant identified, iNaturalist.org is terrific! They have a great app where you can upload a picture from your phone and people chime in from all over with plant IDs.
 
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