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Cumcumber, Cantalope, Spaghetti Squash?

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by Marina on June 25, 2006 10:15 AM
Well... I didn't label so I am not sure which o the 3 these are. All the flowers seem to be on long stems, so I don't see a baby anything at the end of any of them. Anyone recognize these?





Thanks for any input [Smile]
by Amigatec on June 25, 2006 10:26 AM
Look the same to me.

I had some Califlower come up and I didn't plant, some mislabeled them.

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by Marina on June 25, 2006 10:57 AM
They are all the same, I just don't know what they are [Smile]
by markr on June 25, 2006 11:06 AM
going by the size of the male flowers, i would say spagetti squash.
cant be cuc the flowers are way too big!

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by chrissy fair on June 25, 2006 11:08 AM
looks like my Crookneck's in the same stage, the same size and has the same flowers in the same way, (on stems)...But it IS my first time planting and growing things, so I'm probably wrong.
by chrissy fair on June 25, 2006 11:09 AM
wait, mine are on more of a bush type plant, and the stems aren't as what get for being such an enthusiastic n00b! O_o
by Firstyeargardener2006 on June 25, 2006 03:46 PM
The first one kind looks like what i have growing out back. I still don't know what it is. But I know i either planted a cantalope or cucumber plant.

The other 3 clueless, but they are growing very nice and healthy.

Hopefully someone with more knowledge will be along to anwser that question.

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by woodchuck on June 26, 2006 02:48 PM

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