monique at mail.bio.tamu.edu
Mon Jul 21 09:06:47 EST 2003
It's a cucurbit of some sort, for sure.
> The picture shows better what I can only describe as an ivy
> shaped leaf, but not as thick or darkly colored as ivy (and it
> dies off in winter, reseeds itself), has a small yellow flower
> (1/8" to 1/4" across) which is trumpet shaped, and a very small
> fruit (1/2 inch across or so) that is marked as a watermelon.
> It seems a lot like a gooseberry
> there's a picture here:
> I seem to remember (my memory is not always good) that I planted
> seeds several years ago and it was edible, but now can't remember
> for sure. Does anyone recognize this plant?
> Thanks for any help.
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