Zesko said:So you think some giant grass seed coincidentally crept into the exact center of each pot I planted, exactly where the winged seeds were planted, they all germinated simultaneously, and they are all coincidentally the same odd, stalky grass (which suggests to me that they're all the same odd species)? The resulting plants look like no other grass on my property.
Yes, to all your questions IF the seeds you planted look like the one pictured.
That is a maple seed and that is grass growing in your pots. If the seeds looked different then we don't have enough information.
DaisyI said:How deep did you plant the maple seeds?
ViburnumValley said: If the growing site and growing media were not sequestered to ensure against contamination and/or predation, no commentary here will answer hypothetical questions about why Maple seedlings did not germinate and why grass seedlings obviously did.
Zesko said:Is there a large, fast growing grass (in the Carolinas or anywhere else) that germinates from and produces winged seeds that look very, very similar to maple samaras?
ViburnumValley said:I suggest that Zesko cease and desist trying to prove the scenario ...