Discussion in 'Gardening' started by Andresprj, Aug 24, 2005.
Any idea on what this could be
just blindly guessing
i planted lots of different seed in here peppers, tomato, cucumber but i have no idea what this could be.
Out of those three..I would guess that it's a pepper plant. It doesn't look like a tomato or cucumber plant to me...but there are so many different varieties of plants in the world,I could easily be wrong.
Looks like strawberry to me. Look for small white flowers.
i thought basil
No. Basil doesn't have a barky stem like that. See the brown?
yur right..let it grow it'll be easier toid when itsa bit bigger
yeah, basil also has smooth edges (at least all the varieties I've grown).... It does kinda look like strawberry.
Mint, Final answer!! hhahaha. Seriously pluck a leaf off and rub it betweenyour fingers and sniff it. Post what it smells like.
i dont think it could be strawberry or mint just becuse i didnt planted any of those. Like i told you i think it was only tomato, pepper, cucumber, and if my memory doesnt fail me apple.
lol...That's a very good point
its under 18, dont sell it tobbacco
Out of those 3, I'd say cucumber. But only because I know for sure that it's not tomatoe or pepper. It's not any of them, though. It's either a weed or you've got some seeds in there that you weren't expecting. If you put any compost on it that you made out of vegetable scaps, than who knows what you have in there? Wait until it flowers and show it to us again. Cucmbers would have largish yellow flowers.
It could be mint by the picture.
It looks like it might be a tree seeding - perhaps a beech or other poplar type. These seeds travel by wind and could have just blown in made itself at home.
It is not a strawberry, nor a cuke. Cukes have large cotelition leaves and large spear head shaped regular leaves. Strawberries have leaves in threes, and don't look like this. Basil is much different.
It's a weed, dear. Most likely an elm seedling. They spread like crazy and pulling them NOW before they get strong roots is best for you and your garden.
i think it looks like a apple tree or some kind of tree
i would also say tree. looks like you've got a few other volunteers in there too.
It is definitely not mint (the leaves would be more heart-shaped) and it's definitely not strawberry (they aren't woody).
humm...its def not pepper tomato or cucumber.... looks like a sappling tree... possibly apple but anything could have seeded itself in your pot... just have to let it grow... and if its a tree youve struck gold...plant it somewhere special so you can look at it everyday and remember how lucky it was to land in your pot...
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