Growing in a recently disturbed area in the cemetery
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Urtica urens has basally truncate leaves and is an annual (though it can overwinter); this has cordate(ish) leaves and gives the impression of being a perennial.
I'd say that if it stings then it's Urtica dioica; otherwise some type of labiate.
It didn't sting though I was fairly sure it was a nettle and was careful not to touch the hairs on the stems. If it's another labiate it's unlike anything that I'm familiar with.
Based on your comments I'm now leaning towards Urtica dioica but will wait to see if anyone else has any thoughts before amending my initial ID.
I've been looking at young U dioica plants in Somerset they seem to look like U urens but I think they will lose their "BIG TEETH" LATER and be back to dioica - there is a posting about half a dozen before this one that shows this
... the stems appear not to be square, so not a labiate. Ergo Urtica dioica.
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