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Plant ID

Here we go again. I have another stray plant in my 18 gallon tub. I hate to destroy it till I know what it is. Does this look familiar?
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Re: Plant ID

I have a couple of things growing thru my cherry hedge I would like to ID. One could be bamboo.
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Re: Plant ID

The top picture looks like some thing in the cucurbit family, possibly cucumber, but I'm not sure.

Not clear to me in the jumble of greenery in the other pictures what it is we are trying to identify.
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Re: Plant ID

rainbowgardener wrote: Not clear to me in the jumble of greenery in the other pictures what it is we are trying to identify.
The second pic: the long pointy leaves with the stripes.
The third pic: the flowering stalk.

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Re: Plant ID

Maybe this will help.
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Re: Plant ID

The first photo looks like a young squash or cucumber plant to me. Maybe you should let it grow and see what happens. You may be pleasantly suprised. Let us know what it turns out to be if you do keep it! :D
As for the others, I haven't seen anything like it that I recall. Sorry. :(
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Re: Plant ID

The thing that looked like a squash turned out to be a vineing weed and has been destroyed.



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