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Does anyone remember what I planted in this pot?

 
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I failed to keep a good list of seeds purchased/planted this spring. I've gone through my mental list, but nothing matches with this! So...does anyone remember what I planted here? Thanks for your help.

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Looks almost like a pepper. We know for sure it's a plant😊, and a thirsty one.
 
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Miners lettuce (Claytonia sp.) are you sure you planted it? maybe it is a volunteer
 
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David Hernick wrote:Miners lettuce (Claytonia sp.)



That's what I was thinking too.
 
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Yep, Claytonia or winter purslane.  Nice thing to have, seeds itself around and a juicy salad most times of year.
 
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Ah ha! I remember now - I planted some miner's lettuce seed to see what it looked like live in person! And now I know. Thanks.
 
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Liz Hoxie wrote:Looks almost like a pepper. We know for sure it's a plant😊, and a thirsty one.



And now I've watered the poor thing
 
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