Identify Plant w Empty Branches at Top & Little White Flowers
We're located in the Watertown, NY area. The attached photo shows the overall growth of the plant on the left and a close up of the leaf and flowers on the right. This plant is growing in the wild, under our deck. It is the kind of plant that dies to the ground come winter. I didn't see any thorns, fruits, or seeds, but it does have tiny white flowers. At the top of the plant, there are lots of branches/stems with no leaves or flowers on them. The back of the leaves are about the same coloring/shininess as the front; they aren't hairy. The leaves alternate along the stem and are serrated. The plant is no higher than 4'. Thank you in advance!