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October 13, 2011


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How long would I have to leave my basil plant in order for it to go to seed and regrow next year?

I've given up on zucchini. Last year, I think I overwatered. This year, the squirrels ate all of the flowers or baby zucchinis. Not to mention that take up a lot of prime real estate in my garden.

How is it possible that a random squash plant grew in your garden?


PG - The seeds from the basil plant will come after the flowers. Most people will tell you to snip the flowers because they turn the leaves bitter... so it can be hard to get to the seed stage.

I'm really not sure how the squash came into my garden -- maybe from the compost bin from a squash I had last year?

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