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What did I plant?

 
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Pushing away embarrassment, I humbly come to plead for assistance. I have a small collection of starts, and I lost my ID key. I have pondered, searched the net, and looked through all my seed packets in vain.

Anybody know what these are?  I have been reading so much about permaculture and have plants many unfamiliar new plants!

A thousand thanks!
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Mystery Seedlings!
Mystery Seedlings!
 
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For the ID I am of no help. But to help you feel better, I have done the same far too many times.
 
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A closeup of the leaves and a description might help.

You might have to wait for them do bloom.

Did you plant either of these?

Moringa:






Indigo



 
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I had to post a similar plea on Facebook this morning. The package said radish. 4 radishes grew, and about 100 of something else.

Final conclusion was spinach :)
 
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Thanks, John!  I do feel better!

Michael - hahahahahahaha!

Anne - closeup photo coming right up!

 
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Dang, they could be more moringa!

I have others that are much bigger. What was I thinking?
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Well, I know the chickens like it.  And it's good for them, and us!

In Vermont, I'll have to dehydrate the lot of it before frost.  And maybe bring one inside, or two.  I planted a 6 or 8 in containers outside but only got 3, so perhaps it's for the best that I've grown more.  And forgot!

They sure are cute little things.  I saw the chickens nibble one of my bigger ones outside.  But generally they take a bite and drop [most of] it on the ground, so I put it up high so it can grow in peace.
 
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I ran across another one that it might be:

Siberian Pea





 
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That’s really pretty and, I hear, useful. But no, it’s moringa, your first guess!
 
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