Vegetable Gardening


Anonymous added on October 3, 2014 | Answered

Is it possible for weeds to grow in the same form as a plant? After recently planting different vegetable seeds, it seems the new weeds around have started to look the same. Am I going mad?

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Answered on October 3, 2014

It is not uncommon for young vegetable and weed seedlings to resemble each other. You may also have had some seeds fall in other areas. If you planted your vegetables in rows, then as they grow, look for repeating plants that don't resemble the weeds. They are most likely the vegetables and as more time goes by, you'll soon become better able to recognize and distinguish them from one another.

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