Mysterious tomato plants pop up in Fargo

Residents in Fargo are calling it "plant bombing" -- an enigmatic gardener is anonymously dropping tomato plants in brightly colored pots around downtown, with a simple note asking that someone care for the plants.
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Residents in Fargo are calling it "plant bombing" -- an enigmatic gardener is anonymously dropping tomato plants in brightly colored pots around downtown, with a simple note asking that someone care for the plants.

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