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Thread: Plant bulb? Spider Egg? Peanut??

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    It's a peanut. You probably have squirrels - just be glad they were burying stuff in your pots instead of digging it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xvart View Post
    Maybe your plants went to a baseball game while you were away. Welcome to TF.

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    I would bet a peanut as well. It could have been buried long enough that some of the details we associate with peanuts have faded - like the lines

    I don't know about the plants going to the ball game -- but it does appear they go to the 'plant spa' -- look at the side of the container
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    As kids we used to give peanuts to the blue jays. And watch them bury them in the yard. Maybe they were just trying to break open the shells but you'd think they would put them on a hard surface for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikki630 View Post
    but it does appear they go to the 'plant spa' -- look at the side of the container
    LOL - très chic! Sharp eyes!
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    Looks like you have clover growing with your plants, remove it. Nitrogen is not good in cp soil and clover is a nitrogen fixer, it gathers nitrogen from the air and converts it to nitrates.
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