Wild Cucumbers--mature fruit #6 (). Photo by minnesotamom
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Wild Cucumbers--mature fruit #6

Uploaded by: minnesotamom

Monday September 10, 2012

Meadowlands, MN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: These are full sized---about 2 inches long. They'll dry out to a light brown and the seeds will turn dark.

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3. minnesotamom
10:24 PM GMT on September 13, 2012
Gene--I don't think so. As they mature they dry out real fast and are just a hollow husk with big seeds in them. I've never seen one even nibbled on by anything. Those little green bugs only seem interested in them on the outside when they're starting to grow and I'm not sure what they're doing---there aren't any bite marks on them at all.

James--all kinds of interesting things out there, aren't there? I'm kind of surprised you don't have them in Michigan, being about the same climate and parallel as here. Thanks for your note! :-)
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2. gardner48197
10:22 PM GMT on September 13, 2012
Crazy!! Never heard of such a thing...
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1. Clabo
9:58 PM GMT on September 13, 2012
Hey, maybe they *are* little watermelons! :D

*Anyone* actually eat them? Like cats, raccoons, bears, etc.?
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