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Hi, this was in a tray only marked Calendula. I up-potted these first, just cuz they stood out as needing it, then did the smaller calendula plants and wondered what this with its bifurcated leaves could be? Thanks, OgreNick
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Possibly morning glory?
 
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I second Joylynn and agree it's possibly a variety of morning glory, at least that's sure what it looks like to me.
 
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Wow, or well, that was kinda my fear, but have no idea how it got in there. i know, easy wind blown or however. Geez maybe i can use it as building cover. Just in case it's som'n else I'll keep it. We grow a diversity of food plants as polyculture is the permy way -- no? But i've no use i know (e.g. energy, textile source plants) no use for morning glory. Do hear it can get you stoned, but isn't that a young kids tale rather than an old wives tale
 
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OK, just learned it's my partner's son's girlfriend's plant. Damn kids, eh. Really had me going. Up-potted for her, queried here. I hear it's some kind of flower. Prolly a bee attractant. But who knows. Will tell when I do. FinLLY, oGREnICK
 
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