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Help Loving Garlad Green Solve the Mystery: Who left these mystery plants at the Garland Community Garden and What are they?
Yesterday a small bucket of plants was left down at the Garland Community Garden. A broken plastic pot that once was home to icing sold/used by Sam's Club. was filled with dirt and the plants were laid across the top of the dirt. The container and about 30 plants were in a plastic bag. They range in size from six to twelve inches long.
At first I thought the plants were most likely winged beans a type of Asian green bean. I planted most of them in the multicultural garden plot and a few of them back in the Winding Garden. They are surviving but today they look more like pepper plants than bean plants.
You can go down to the garden at 4022 Naaman School Road and see if you know what they are. Look for the multicultural garden plot. It will be identified by a sign. The orphans in question are the ones planted by the chicken wire trellis.
If you know what they are or if you are the one who left these orphans on our doorstep, please call me at 972-571-4497.