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Franco
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Help I.D. Please

For the past 5 weeks in Lab we have been growing fruits. The lab has ended and we are now allowed to take the plants we have grown home and i decided to take two from another group (i asked first) and they didn't write what kind of plant it was on their popsicle stick! So... that's where you guys come in!

They PROBABLY are...
Tomatoes(most likely cherry tomatoes)
Ceyenne Peppers
or Bell Peppers.

Here are the pictures, they are two different plants in two views.

Plant 1:
View 1
https://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a388/DaRealFranzy/100_20021.jpg
View 2
https://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a388/DaRealFranzy/100_20001.jpg

Plant 2:
View 1
https://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a388/DaRealFranzy/100_20011.jpg
View 2
https://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a388/DaRealFranzy/100_19991.jpg

Thank you!

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Franco
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I'm sorry I forgot to mention they are the same plant.

aqh88
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Looks like a pepper but it doesn't quite look like my bell pepper plants. Could be a different variety or they are the ceyenne peppers.

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Franco
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Thank you, i just remembered that they could also be Jalepeno peppers. Anyone else take a stab at it?

opabinia51
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Well, there is no real way to know until the plant produces fruit.

SNOWWOLF
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Looks a lot like a Jalepeno pepper but as was mentioned its hard to be totally sure without it having fruit. I would just settle back and wait for the surprise :)

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