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What are these seedlings

 
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Hi

I messed up labelling a couple of seed trays and can't remember what I planted.

Anyone here know what they might be?

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they look like they are in the brassica/mustard family, but from there I'm not able to id
 
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I would guess Turnip and Broccoli. Just a guess, this could be a fun game.
 
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No idea on number 1, but I'd take a punt that 2 is kale. Any more clues Dave?
 
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All of the guesses above, but adding radish as a possibility.
 
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The young leaves definitely look like brassicas of some sort. The second one looks like broccoli, and the first mustard. Just a guess though.
 
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1)arugala 2)cabbage,
 
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Ok, after a bit of google image searching, here's my final answer. Number one, mustard:




Number two, kale:


 
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That was fun!

Edit: Oops, I thought this was Robs thread. I guess this is still fun.
 
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In any case, both have the same site requirements, and are used similarly, so you can just plant them out and wait and see for sure.
 
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I would say they are arugula. Have you tasted them yet?
 
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