Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
If a cross-section of the stem is square, I'd guess something in the mint family which is usually accompanied with some sort of distinctive smell.
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:I don't immediately recognize the species. Based on it's vigorous growth, I'd guess that it sprouted from a rhizome/root, so is a biennial or perennial.
John Weiland wrote:The day is not far off when you can pinch a piece of leaf tissue, submit it to a desk at the local Walgreen's over the lunch hour, and DNA typing will have your answer faster than you print photos there now.
Jonathan D Davis wrote:That's a nightshade (Solanaceae Family) for sure. Looks quite close to a tomatillo or cape gooseberry.