Last year our compost sprouted a lovely, fruitful cucumber plant! :)
the past few days I've noticed what look like squash seedlings! I'm guessing they're butternut since that's what I can recall tossing in there.
I know compost done well is supposed to heat and prevent germination but... I've apparently not got that down. I have quite a bit of fears about my inadequate compost skills but feel sort of happy and hopeful that I'm getting something for tossing our scraps in the backyard!
I had some wheatberries that I'd thought were bad/wormy and DH tossed those in. A week later, a luscious wheat grass lawn covered our compost, lol. I tried to turn it in (is that like "green manure?") but wasn't entirely successful.
there are quite a few butternut seedlings and I may try and do a trellis as we have very, very little room, but I want to grow them :)
something cruciferous-looking is also coming up, but I don't recall any cabbage-y seeds I would have tossed. I don't think broccoli would have seeded and sprouted. I did toss some moldy brussel sprouts in about a month ago, but do they have seeds?