Back in June, I wrote about how we had quite a few volunteer plants growing all around our edible garden. I didn't have the heart to kill any of them. That's how I have 75 tomato plants in the garden. I let the volunteers grow or if it was in a weird spot, I replanted the plants in the parts of the garden which I thought they belonged. If it looked like a squash or cuke plant, I planted it in their respective beds. Then at work the other day, I got a text message from my husband and he said, "We have a giant cucumber growing in the cuke bed" and sent me this photo. I giggled and immediately texted him back. "Well..." I said, "you put a 2x4 underneath it? Um, I think it might be a watermelon." I'm not really sure what it is. I think the seed came from the compost we used from my dad's garden. I'm guessing it's some kind of melon or squash? What do you think it is. It's about 8 inches long right now.