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Two unknown plants started growing in my catnip pot. I don't really know what are they, but I think the first one could be a tomato? I'm not sure.

Plant 1:
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Plant 2:
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Two unknown plants started growing in my catnip pot. I don't really know what are they, but I think the first one could be a tomato? I'm not sure.

Plant 1:
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Plant 2:
JIMrl15.jpg
Definitely not a tomato. Looks like Basil but could be anything. No idea what the first picture is.
 
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Way too early in the growing stage, but the first one reminds me of my spiderwort seedlings. But again, way too early to say....
 
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I took clearer images today, they seem to have grown a bit.

Plant 1:
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Plant 2 (2 images):
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That first one reminds me of mesembryanthemum (not sure I spelt it properly)
 
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Could be anything, one thing is for sure, the leaf miner seems to like it! :sick:
 
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Yeah I saw that!
Really though @Klona , image search eggplant leaves. I grow them every year and that's what it looks like to me.
 
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The first one has weird round, thread-like leaves. I really don't want them in my pots but I want to avoid killing them. :( Decisions... decisions...
 

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