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sprung up from strawberry plant

Posted by jiffypop27 MA 6 (My Page) on
Fri, May 9, 14 at 21:33

I had a small pot of strawberry plants that didn't survive. I pulled out the dead plant and left the soil. The pot has been inside the house. This guy sprung up soon after. Any idea what it is?


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And a side view...


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Do you eat grapes?


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And spit out the pips?


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Oh good thinking. I did not plant any grape seeds but my neighbor has a grape vine. Maybe something landed in there.


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if you want good grapes.. buy a good grape ..

relying on the vagaries of seedlings.. may or may not get you a good eating grape in 5 to 10 years ... its the long time it takes to get a grape to taste.. and then finding out they are weed grapes.. and you wasted all those year.. while the vine swallows and collapses your house ... but i digress ... apparently.. lol ...

the birds drop lots of grape seeds on my 5 acres... they are a horrible menace ... there is no fact.. to insure.. this came from your neighbor... or that it is of any value ..

that said... you have fun with it... whatever YOU DECIDE ... you dont have to listen to me...

ken


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