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  1. Vicky Rutherford

    Vicky Rutherford Apprentice Gardener

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    Good Morning all

    I’m very new to gardening and this year I have managed to grow beautiful tomato plants from seed but I have had a few odd plants popping up in between and no one seems to know what they are, can anyone identify this plant?

    Thanks
    Vicky

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  2. Phil A

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    Welcome to the Corner :sign0016:

    Its one of the Fat Hens or Goosefoots, chenopodiacea :)
     
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    • Vicky Rutherford

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      Thank you

      Ahh a weed, bloody things!

      Thanks again
       
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      Hello @Vicky Rutherford there's no such beast as a weed,its just a plant considered undesirable in a particular situation, "a plant in the wrong place". :heehee:
       
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      • pete

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

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        No,......you can eat it :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
         
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        • Vicky Rutherford

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          Oh eck don’t tell me I can eat it, I’m pretty gullible:rasp:
           
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            Was the main spinach crop before Popeye discovered New Zealand spinach and got the decimal point wrong about the iron content :doh:

            Pete don't like it
             
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