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Sakae Naa (Combretum quadrangulare)

I don't see too many people growing this plant, so I thought I'd share some pics. The bigger one is exactly 5 months old from seed. Cuttings of this plant strike easily ime.

 

It's apparently used by farmers and workers as a Kratom substitute in Southeast Asia. It should be noted that people there traditionally use Kratom for its energizing properties in order to work harder, not for its analgesic effects, which Sakae Naa lacks.


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I've been searching out this plant for a while now. Such a beauty you have there.

 

How many clones have you struck from this beauty?

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11 hours ago, spacegrandmother101 said:

I've been searching out this plant for a while now. Such a beauty you have there.

 

How many clones have you struck from this beauty?

Thanks mate, only 3 so far but it has been 100% success in an aeroponics cloner

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