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Mystery Plant in Kitchen Herb Garden

In this post, we dig up the mystery plant in my kitchen herb garden.  You will find a fun video with a few fun facts about growing edibles indoors.

Mystery Plant in My Kitchen Herb Garden

You can imagine my surprise to find a plant growing in my indoor kitchen garden that I didn’t put there.  At first glance, it appears to be a tomato.  I will admit, I was kind of excited about having a tomato plant growing so early in the season.  Plans were to transplant and move out to my dome garden.  As I start to look closer at this plant’s leaves they don’t put off the scent of a typical tomato plant.  Watch the video… you will be surprised! 

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I love making videos featuring fun things I grow and come encounter with.  Be sure to check out my Bren Haas Channel featuring all my YouTube videos.  There is another short video featuring this container and a new plant that goes in the mystery plant’s place.

Mystery Plant Upclose

Have you ever grown a potato?  The loaded with goodness vegetable is super easy to grow.  We grow them each spring and autumn in my home and garden.

Sometimes I forget to harvest them when they are ready and the plant just keeps n producing.  In this case, one of the babies got left in the soil that was thrown back into my recycle soil barrel.  No worries… this was super fun!

Fresh Potatoes on The Menu

Potatoes are pretty easy to grow and delicious in my beef stew.

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Are you interested in learning to grow your own edibles?  If not to eat more fresh but to experience how fun it can be to grow something.  Be sure to connect with me on my website with questions or any feedback.  I look forward to growing something that isn’t a mystery with you soon.

Happy gardening,

Bren Haas

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and commenting on my site Beth!

  1. Love your site and your geodesic dome. Your site is so encouraging, thank you.

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