WireNut45
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Vegetable or Weed?

Could somebody please help identify this?
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Re: Vegetable or Weed?

Not sure but it is about to pop a bunch of flowers and seeds :)

When I am not sure I play the cautiouse rout! I have enough weeds :)
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Re: Vegetable or Weed?

Neither one. Looks like a petunia about to bloom. Annual flower, can self seed sometimes.
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Re: Vegetable or Weed?

Oh nice ! A volunteer flower!
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Re: Vegetable or Weed?

Funny thing is. I bought 2 of them from my local farm in the vegetable section, but lost the ID tag.

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Re: Vegetable or Weed?

not so sure about petunia. looks like a lettuce (deertongue?) about to bolt.

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Re: Vegetable or Weed?

!potatoes! wrote:not so sure about petunia. looks like a lettuce (deertongue?) about to bolt.
I agree with you... but strange one... and Lettuce not have that kind of flowers...
...well picture when it start to bloom it will be nice...
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