Help me identify this plant

Cereoid-UR12- cereoid-youself at spam.net
Thu Nov 27 08:26:54 EST 2003


Post the pictures to alt.binaries.pictures.gardens


Jackson <jackdinsssNO at SPAMhotmail.com> wrote in message
news:bvpbsvkmieouklgqlcjg1768sdlves8f76 at 4ax.com...
> I pick up bagged leaves and pine straw from local houses and use them to
> mulch my vegetable garden, so it is no great surprise when some strange
> plant sprouts and grows.  Once a papaya tree sprouted and developed fruit
> to about the size of lemons before the cold got it.
>
> This year a strange plant sprouted in my tomato patch and even tho the
> tomatoes are gone the plant keeps on growing.  It grows very fast.  Nobody
> I have talked to recognizes it so I am asking on the newsgroup for help in
> identifying it.  I have posted two pictures on the newsgroup:
>
> <<a2000.binaries>>
>
> The two pictures are Unidentified Plant - close up picture and backoff
> picture.
>
> Please take a look at it and help me if you can.  Either post your message
> here or answer by emal after deleting the NO and the SPAM from the
address.
>
> Thanks
>
> Jack from Pensacola, FL
> Jack from Taxacola (formerly Pensacola), Florida
>





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