Petunia Plants

Unknown Fruit


NJL219 added on October 30, 2016 | Answered

Can anyone tell me what this is? It is some sort of fruit, I think. Looks like a tiny tomato. The size of a small pea. Translucent enough to see the seeds inside and it looks like a little brain. I found it in an outdoor flowerpot when I pulled my dead petunias out of it. There were several of them in the dirt. I did not see any in any of my other petunia pots. I have day lilies near there. Could have been from a weed. Idk.


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Downtoearthdigs
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Answered on October 31, 2016

This seed pod does not appear to be from Petunias or from a Daylily.
Seeds can blow in or even be carried by birds into a garden.

I cannot make an identification in this case.

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