I forgot what I planted!
Can anyone identify these young veggie plants please? I get my seeds from food we buy from the shops, germinate them in tissue, and plant in our gardens. I have planted so much lately I can't recognise these. This is a photo of them two weeks ago. They are now doubled in size (it's late at night so I can't get a good uptodate pic right now) and they are furry to touch (almost like the little hairs on zucchini plants).
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Here is a link showing vegetable seedlings, that may help you identify what you planted.
Find a plant identifier app and see if that helps. I don't have it now, but once downloaded one to find out what kind of flowers were growing on the side of my house. I had been watering them and thought they were some kind of wild flower, but turns out they were weeds!
You could download the app Picture This which helps identify plants
Please post a current photo of your seedlings so we can take a look and help you
A photo would be very helpful.
I don't see the picture?
send some pictures :)
The picture is in the second posting in this thread, below the original question. Look at the name,(Cassandra) and you will see they are both from the same person who is asking the question.
They look like cantaloupe.
I believe there is an app to help you identify plants with your mobile device.
Could they be borage?
share some pictures .. I don't see any
Sorry, but I'm not seeing any pictures, so have no guesses for you.
I use a free app called iNaturalist to identify plants, it’s very helpful.
To me they look like Foxglove seedlings... which would NOT be edible. Could they have been sewn the fall prior?