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Pretty! Remember, potatoes are member of the nightshade family and the fruit is poisonous.
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@littlejo wrote:philct, you have a potato that is going to make a seed pod!! You need to put something around it, maybe knee hi hose, to collect the seeds. Most potato plants do not make seeds.
around the fruit? So then I what, collect the seeds, dry them, and plant next year? Wow!!!
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Oh they are beautiful! There was a good discussion awhile back about potato seeds as opposed to seed potatoes! You may want to read it and congratulations!
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