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It looks like a mint family member to me...

All mints have square stems (roll it in your fingertips--you'll feel what I mean) and many of them have fragrant foliage. Mints like to have moisture at their roots--they don't compete quite as well in dry locations as some other plants.
 

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It looks like a mint family member to me...

All mints have square stems (roll it in your fingertips--you'll feel what I mean) and many of them have fragrant foliage. Mints like to have moisture at their roots--they don't compete quite as well in dry locations as some other plants.
Knisely,

I was thinking it might be a type of mint - based mostly on the leaves (look similar to other mints). The are growing all around our duck marsh - LOTS of moisture. They are extremely fragrant - if you drive next to a patch of them you can easily smell the blooms. I'll check for the square stems when I go out to the ranch next weekend.
 
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