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It looks like a summer squash plant, or at least in the squash family. Nice healthy looking plant.Judy
Wish I knew what it was but I hope it's something good!
It looks like a squash or pumpkin - did you put any seeds in the compost pile?
Definitely squash of some sort; could be summer squash, zucchini, butternut, pumpkin, or ??Cool! See what comes of it..
Yes, I think it's a squash, not a melon.
I think it's a pumpkin honey...you clever thing...growing veggies without even trying! So sorry to hear about your mother...love and hugs to you...
I'm guessing some sort of squash too.It certainly is big. I can't wait to see what it turns out to be.My mystery plants are usually weeds, but yours looks very promising.
Pumpkin, zuccini, or maybe watermelon! Enjoy it, whatever it is :)
I have no clue what it is because I quite gardening several years ago. It looks neat though! LOLBlessings~
Looks like the squash Is In the running. Hope your having a great day..Kathi
Well, what a cool surprise! Just echoing everyone else here about the squash (although I initially thought pumpkin).
Can't help identify it...but I sure can't wait to see what you find out :)
PumpkinI love plants that just pop out of the compost pile.
definitely a pumpkin - especially if it has large orange flowers with 5 petals. :)some of the flowers will have the fruit under it - those are the female flowers. others won't have them - those are male flowers. you (or bees / insects if you're lucky) have to pollinate the female flowers with the male flowers (get a bit of the powder on a q-tip & put it on the females) in order for the pumpkins to grow. :)my dad always planted pumpkins in his large garden. :)
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