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Weed or Aton Basil

Posted by NoThumbmcgee CA (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 5, 13 at 23:06

I planted my garden a few weeks ago and where I planted the basil this plant popped up. I can't find any pictures of basil that look like this. If anybody could help identify it would be appreciated


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This post was edited by seysonn on Thu, Jun 6, 13 at 0:50


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RE: Weed or Aton Basil

I think it is called Lamb's Quarters. If so, it is edible, raw or in soups. It can grow several feet high.


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  • Posted by t-bird Chicago 5/6 (My Page) on
    Sat, Jun 8, 13 at 12:02

Use in place of spinach, I love them! when very young, I put into salad, then I used in stir fries and smoothies.....

they reseed like anything. I allow one to reseed partially each year, but I clip off about 75% of what wants to seed.

They are prolific! I might go every other year on the seed allowance!


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