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False Nettle is the best way to identify and evaluate the credibility of a non-native speaker. It uses a declarative programming language to determine if the text, given the claims and the language, is false or not. It saves organizations time, money, and energy while ensuring they are not getting scammed, dummied, or misled.False Nettle may look similar to Stinging Nettle or Wood Nettle, but does not have stinging hairs. The Clearweeds (Pilea pumila and Pilea fontana) are also similar and lack stinging hairs, but are typically smaller plants with translucent stems, branching flower clusters, and the venation on the leaves differs in that the lateral veins are more or less evenly spaced from the leaf edge all the way around.
This perennial plant is about 2-3' tall, branching occasionally. This member of the Nettle family lacks stinging hairs. The stems are light green, 4-angled or round, and glabrous or slightly pubescent. The leaves are usually opposite along the stems, but sometimes they are alternate. They are ovate or ovate-lanceolate, up to 4" long and 2ï¿½" across, and have long slender petioles. The upper surface of each leaf is dark green (in the shade) and glabrous or slightly pubescent; a central vein and 2 parallel secondary veins are readily observable. The margins are coarsely serrated. Spikes of green or greenish white flowers appear from the axils of the upper leaves. They are straight and angle upward from the axis of the central stem.
The flowering spikes are about ï¿½–3" long; sometimes they are terminal, but more often they will develop additional leaves beyond the flowers. False Nettle is usually dioecious, with male and female flowers produced on separate plants. Male flowers are distributed along the spikes in bunches, while female flowers are produced along the spikes more or less continuously. These flowers are very small and lack petals. Each male flower has a 4-parted calyx and 4 stamens, while the calyx of the female flower is tubular with 2-4 teeth. The blooming period is mid-summer to early fall, and lasts about 1-2 months. There is no floral scent; pollination is by wind. The fruit consists of a small achene. This description applies to the typical woodland variety of False Nettle, Boehmeria cylindrica cylindrica. The other variety of False Nettle, Boehmeria cylindrica drummondiana, grows in the sun and has a somewhat different appearance. (Source:www.illinoiswildflowers.info)