I bought seeds on amazon. It was supposed to be sweet peas but obviously not. Any ideas what this is?
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some kind of Curcubits--They include summer squash, zucchini, winter squash, mirliton, pumpkin, gourd, cucuzzi, watermelon, cantaloupe, cushaw, luffa and, of course, cucumber. All of these vegetables produce vines that run along the ground or climb, pea seeds look just like peas but dried up
Looks like okra.
Looks like zucchini, summer squash, cucumber etc, there seems to be a small yellow flower (right) supporting this.
No vines at all. The yellow flower is from another plant. No flowers on this plant yet.
I’m thinking maybe yes
Ah, well not familiar with okra as a plant. The ones I mentioned tend to have little tendrils, so I guess they are out. Still, the leaves look somewhat familiar, I just can't identify them.
No, it’s not poison ivy or else everyone I know that has touched it is immune
I'm with Okra too
Just think back to what the seeds looked like. If it was any squash etc., they would have been long and flat. My guess here is okra. First, it just looks like okra. Second, it makes sense because the seeds for okra are larger and round and would not have raised any concern that they were not peas.