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does anyone know what this plant is?

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Would appreciate help ID'ing this plant I was given

 

I've had it for around 2 years but haven't seen it flower yet

 

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Thanks :)

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Desmodium or Guettarda ?     Almost looks like Mitragyna too

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i don't think it's one of those... I can't find any plants in those genera with leaves like this. :scratchhead:

 

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Or Perilla Frutescens ?

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thanks for the suggestions, I don't think it's A. triphyllum cause it's not trifoliate - it has sets of opposite leaves.

 

Perilla frutescens looks pretty close , but it lacks the hairy stem and isn't aromatic

 

edit: i found this site: https://identify.plantnet.org and I fed it one pic. It gave it a 92.23% chance of being Brillantaisia owariensis, which seems right.

 

This tool is pretty good! another plant ID'ing site I used said it was an Alder tree...

 

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