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Post  Roseinarosecity 12/18/2017, 5:53 pm

Dear Members,
I found some seeds in my purse which I happened to put there probably over the summer, but I can't remember what they may be.  Could you help me identify them?  Here they are:
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Post  Ginger Blue 12/19/2017, 7:33 am

My guess is New Zealand spinach (Tetragonia).
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Post  yolos 12/20/2017, 12:11 am

@Ginger Blue wrote:My guess is New Zealand spinach (Tetragonia).
I agree
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Post  Roseinarosecity 12/21/2017, 12:56 pm

Yes, I think you are both right.  I went on a couple of home garden tours and the one of the owners allowed us to take seeds from their plant.  But I also remember taking from another source at the Los Angeles County Fair last summer, with permission of course, so I couldn't figure out what it as.
Thanks so much!
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Post  D162921 9/16/2021, 6:27 pm

I'm having a hard time uploading an image but it's been driving my family and I crazy for years in Arizona we always find these seeds that look like little fire beans that very from red with orange and even sometimes with yellow. Was wondering if anyone knows what plant these come from. IHelp identify seeds 20210910t would be alot of help I know alot of people in arizona especially young kids nicknamed them fire beans and they would rub them fast on any surface back and forth then quickly touch someone with it the burn from the bean will melt a hole through several layers of skin.
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Post  OhioGardener 9/16/2021, 7:59 pm

@D162921 wrote:I'm having a hard time uploading an image but it's been driving my family and I crazy for years in Arizona we always find these seeds that look like little fire beans that very from red with orange and even sometimes with yellow. Was wondering if anyone knows what plant these come from. It would be alot of help I know alot of people in arizona especially young kids nicknamed them fire beans and they would rub them fast on any surface back and forth then quickly touch someone with it the burn from the bean will melt a hole through several layers of skin.

Sounds like the Mescal Bean (Mountain Laurel seed), which is toxic if consumed.  Not sure it is something I would want in the vegetable gardens.

https://bexar-tx.tamu.edu/homehort/archives-of-weekly-articles-davids-plant-of-the-week/texas-mountain-laurel-a-true-texas-beauty/

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