Birddog
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can someone ID this plant please?

I have three of these - I started them in trays but never labeled them. So I just planted them. I did something similar last year and got a bumper crop of butternut squash! Don't know what this is - it looks like an oak tree, but I'm sure I did not put any acorns in my trays.
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greg1186
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looks like an eggplant to me... i could be wrong though

LindsayArthurRTR
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Looks like eggplant to me. The leaves are a little large, but they are eggplant shaped.
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GardenJester
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ditto, eggplant, I got about 2 dozen of those in my garden.

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Eggplant. I planted a row of 10 eggplants, but they don't look like yours and have nice green tomatoes on them :lol:.
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Birddog
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sun requirements

This may not work - I think eggplants like all day sun right? This plot gets about six hours a day. I do hope they grow well anyway - I like eggplant.
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