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PostPosted: Mar 25th, '16, 11:39 
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Not sure where I got the seeds. Only one germinated out of all of them.

Most likely not a AP plant or even edible.

It has started to crawl up my light cord and is growing like crazy in the last week or so.


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I'm going to say I think it's a bean plant but I'm not sure.


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The heart shaped leaves are the the first ones that come from the seed germinating. All the other leaves are the staggered sets of 3 leaves.

I have tried plant identification websites and not had any luck either.

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Kinda reminds me of red malabar spinach but I don't think malabar has red veins in the leaves. Definitely sounds like an interesting mystery... it might be worth posting some pics once the 3 leaves spread out.

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Pretty sure it's a type of bean just don't know which one. I think you'll start to see flowers pretty soon if there's enough light.

Probably either a lima bean or a hyacinth bean (aka lablab bean) although there may be others with similar leaf patterns.


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what did the seeds look like ?

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Leaves look the same after opened.

Seeds did come from a pod. I have a bad looking seed that I did not plant that I found. The one seed that germinated looked more jellybean shape.


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Probably not a lima bean with that color. Looks a lot like a Hyacinth bean seed with the color and the white along the edge.

http://floridata.com/Plants/Fabaceae/Dolichos%20lablab/612

http://picketfencegreenhouse.dianemumm.com/category/save-your-seed/

Apparently the dried beans are toxic until properly cooked.


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Thank you Scotty it looks like it maybe right.

Seeds look more like what I planted.

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Plant right now.


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Wow! Pretty flowers!

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