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Community Garden Leftovers

Posted by amandaspeers 3A AB (My Page) on
Thu, May 22, 14 at 22:15

We went to start some veggies in out communit garden. Should I pull this? What is it is it even edible?


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RE: Community Garden Leftovers

might be carrot


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Might be carrot


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IMO somewhat too delicate foliage for carrot. what about fennel, Dill? what does a crushed leaf smell like?


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crush a leaf.. what do you smell???

ken


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Looks a lot like the fern leaf dill I used to grow. Smell of it.


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Not carrot or Fennel. Looks more like DiIl. Smell will tell.


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I suspected that it might be dill as well. I did give it a crush and it smelled like greenery, not a familiar smell. I met with some of the other community gardeners and I guess due to the fact that the soil they got to fill the garden beds came from the city this was a common weed that everyone was finding in their garden beds. So I pulled it out. Too bad it wasn't dill or something interesting. Happy to say it freed up more room anyway for more things I like to grow :) Thanks for your help!


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