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What are these? Do they 'belong' to the Ivy sp.?

Griñón, Madrid, Spain

Hey, what are these thick trunks with leaves, they grew a couple of weeks ago. They weren't there before (when I bought the plant).

Ty.

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Northumberland, United Kingdom(Zone 9a)

Weed of some sort, nothing to do with the ivy. Best pull them out.

Resin

Griñón, Madrid, Spain

Are you sure about that? Btw, do you know what it's scientifically named?

(Zone 7a)

It is absolutely not part of your plant. Seeds of something else got into the pot and germinated. It's hard to tell at this early stage what plant it is. You can try potting them up by themselves and see what comes of it.

Beautiful, BC(Zone 9b)

Reminds me of Pole Bean.

(Zone 7a)

Sort of reminds me of Mirabilis, 4 O'clocks. Is there a variegated one?

Beautiful, BC(Zone 9b)

It kinda looks viral with the leaf deformation.

(Zone 7a)

I think you're right, it does look that way.

Griñón, Madrid, Spain

I mention that the plant (ivy) wasn't in that pot when I bought it. I moved it to another one (the one that's in the photo). As you can see there is also a little of parsley (which I believe is dying or something). Thanks for the answers.

EDIT: Isn't it mysterious that the new leaves of the ivy that had recently grown are located so close to the weed or whatever that plant is? I'm talking about the big and greenish young ivy leaf that you see there.

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This message was edited Mar 27, 2013 8:08 PM

Louisville, KY(Zone 6b)

Mirabilis seedlings.

Louisville, KY(Zone 6b)

It's not mysterious really. Seeds of Mirabilis are in the same soil as the ivy.

Anne Arundel,, MD(Zone 7b)

here's another vote for Mirabilis.
Agree there is nothing miraculous about it.

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