Help with weed Identification

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Zepherrayne

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Good Morning everyone,

Here in Ohio weeds are starting to get a little scarce, but I found a new one that is growing all over the place and seems to love the cooler weather. I was wondering if anyone knows what it is and if is safe for my little sulcata. I appreciate any help, I already scoured TTT and an Ohio weed identification website with no success.
 

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Are they two separate weeds? The first picture looks like creeping charlie, toxic, however the second picture doesn't agree with that guess. Creeping charlie leaves are round not pointed. the second picture looks sort of like mint.
 

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also look into "henbit" for the first one, and maybe "purple deadnettle" for the second. They are closely related
 
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