And another one that is a mystery


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Here is another one we can't figure out. The leaves just keep getting bigger and bigger but nothing else going on. Any ideas?

Thanks for all the help on the last "mystery" and thanks in advance for all your responses to this one!

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I don't know a lot but peppers are notorious for being leafy all the way through to august.

where did you get it?

just took a look at the leaf, not a pepper, my bad...
 
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I don't know a lot but peppers are notorious for being leafy all the way through to august.

where did you get it?

just took a look at the leaf, not a pepper, my bad...


I thought peppers too! :( We planted a bunch of seeds this winter, all marked tomatoes. These are the only ones that came up goofy looking and I am pretty sure they are not tomatoes, unless they are some way off variety. And of course the container didn't get marked. :(
 
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The leaves look like my zinnia flowers, but I am not sure! If you don't need that pot, just let it grows and surprise you :) That would be fun to see!
 

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I am not sure what the plant is but I think I would just let it grow to see what it is.
 
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Here is another one we can't figure out. The leaves just keep getting bigger and bigger but nothing else going on. Any ideas?

Thanks for all the help on the last "mystery" and thanks in advance for all your responses to this one!

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Took this to our local nursery and it is sunflowers! Makes sense since the bird feeders are not to far from where this was sitting all winter. :) Mystery solved!! :p
 

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