Mutation on my marvellous marrows?

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  1. Ramshackle

    Ramshackle Gardener

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    Check out one of my marrow plants, good lookin ting but she got some genetic issues :D

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  2. Ramshackle

    Ramshackle Gardener

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    That's three flower stems joined forces.:)
     
  3. Scrungee

    Scrungee Well known for it

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    I've only ever had the occasional double, never a triple. They don't come to much (unlike fused tomato blooms that produce bigger fruits) and I've always cut them at 'courgette' size and used as such.
     
  4. pete

    pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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    They look like male flowers to me.
     
  5. Snowbaby

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    I have one of these on one of my plants just now too!
     
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