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Mystery plant. Help

comments (3) July 2nd, 2013 in gallery
christinadorey christinadorey, member
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This great on its own this year after tilling my veggie garden. I didn't want to kill it because it could be pretty cool. It's very viney like a grape. The bugs love it. 



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ddipasq writes: Looks a little like snapdragon vine Posted: 12:23 am on March 28th
christinadorey writes: No. It' is not. I thought that as well. The ants are loving it because of these little black bugs which are attracted to it. That's why the leaves are so curled up. Posted: 8:47 pm on July 3rd
Arian writes: May be a cucumber. Is the stem scratchy - not quite thorny? Posted: 7:44 pm on July 2nd
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