After people across the U.S. recently received strange seeds in the mail, one Arkansas man decided to investigate for himself.
Although officials warned against planting the seeds, Doyle Crenshaw said the curiosity got the best of him.
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Crenshaw, who lives near Fort Smith, planted the seeds a couple months ago and said the plant now has a large white fruit and orange flowers, resembling squash.
“Every two weeks I’d come by and put miracle grow on it, they just started growing like crazy,” said Crenshaw.
The department of agriculture is removing the plant from his property to study it.