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Was that a pot plant in the backyard of 90 Day Fiancé’s Mike Youngquist?

Nov 24, 2022 | Media Partners, The GrowthOp

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Plant that some argue was cannabis spotted by eagle-eyed fans

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It appears that Mike Youngquist of 90 Day Fiancé fame may have been looking to cultivate a little more than a love connection, with fans recently noticing what appeared to be a pot plant in his backyard.

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The plant was noticed by eagle-eyed fans while Natalie Mordovtseva, a Ukrainian actress with whom Youngquist was smitten back in season 7, was visiting him in Sequim, Wash. in 90 Day Fiancé: The Single Life, according to Screen Rant.

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Things initially seemed promising for Mike and Natalie, who lived together in the woods where his trailer was located, but she left him a year later, opting, instead, for Florida. But, alas, she returned and asked Youngquist to take her back.

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While the two were visiting, Screen Rant reports that Reddit user smokeweedandwatchQVC spotted some interesting flora.

Next to his BBQ sat the plant, which some argued was cannabis. Others, however, suggested it was tomato, okra or just a plain old wild weed or fern.

Screen Rant points out, however, that Youngquist no longer lives in Sequim, having found an apartment just five blocks away from his office, and reportedly put the property up for sale last spring.

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Both medicinal and recreational cannabis are legal in Washington State.

In the state, adults over 21 can possess and use small amounts of cannabis.

They can carry 28 grams of usable marijuana, 448 grams of marijuana-infused products like edibles and two kilograms of liquid marijuana-infused products, such as tinctures, according to Northpoint Washington. They can also grow up to six plants for personal use, as long as only three of the plants are flowering at a time, the information adds.

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