Missing diamond engagement ring shows up 13 years later on a garden carrot

When Canadian woman Mary Grams lost her engagement ring at her family farm in 2004, she never expected to see it again.

That was until Monday (local time), when her daughter-in-law, Colleen Daley, pulled a carrot from the soil to find the ring encircled around it. 

"I knew it had to belong to grandma or my mother-in-law, because no other women have lived on that farm," Ms Daley said.

She asked if her husband recognised the ring, and he remembered his mother losing it over a decade before.

Ms Grams believes she lost the ring while weeding the garden at the farm in Armena, Alberta.

"I'm going to wear it because it still fits," says Ms Grams.

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