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    Happy Wattle Day Everyone! Today is September 1st which is Australia's National Wattle Day, coincidentally with the beginning of spring it is also the best time to germinate seeds for most Acacia (wattle) species! To celebrate I have updated the Acacia courtii propagation guide by expanding it, adding more of a visual element and made it easier to access by locating it here in PDF form to be downloaded and shared. I am very happy to see people relishing the opportunity to grow these plants! Happy Gardening! communacacian_-_Acacia_courtii_and_Other_Friends_From_Seed_to_Tree_2.2.pdf
  2. 8 points
    If you would like 5 fresh n heavy P. subaeruginosa prints please donate $20 to the forum and post the screenshot of the donation below Block out any personal info on the screenshot so the filth dont know who you are. - Australia only - these prints are for microscopy - Prints are on foil and are sent well packed with some trichocereus seeds as a bonus - No tracking, check out my trade rep to see alls good - If you just want 1 print then give the other 4 prints away - Once you have paid the $20 to the forum and posted the screenshot (minus any personal info) then please send me a message with the address youd like the prints n seeds sent to. - $20 isnt much so if you donate more then i will send you some extra gifts also.
  3. 8 points
    Hey guys! It's been quite some time since I posted, figured I'd put my seed list up ;) To place an order please email to [email protected] Please allow several days for my response. Postage within Australia is $3.50 for standard post or $12 for express with tracking. International postage is $4.50 for standard (no tracking) or $25-40 (with tracking) depending on destination. Payment via PayPal to [email protected] Or via bank transfer to Australia customers only. This years Master Grower Packs have SOLD OUT. The packs included one pack of every hybrid produced this season, 1-429. PLEASE NOTE! Anything that states (Master Grower Pack) is exclusive to the pack and WILL NOT be available outside of it. Regular packs contain 30+ seed. Bulk amounts and prices in brackets. 1. Echinopsis sp. ‘Apricot’ x Ehcinopsis sp. ‘Pink Flame’ $4 (100-$10) 2. Echinopsis sp. 'Apricot’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Yellow’ $4 (100-$10) 3. Echinopsis sp. 'Pink Flame’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Yellow’ $4 4. Lobivia sp. 'American Beauty’ x Soehrensia sp. Yellow’ $4 (100-$10) 5. Oreocereus Fossulatus x Oreocereus celsianus $4 6. Soehrensia sp. 'Crimson’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ $4 7. Soehrensia sp. 'Crimson’ x T. pasacana ‘Dawsons’ $8 8. Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ x Echinopsis sp. 'Apricot’ $4 9. Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ x Echinopsis sp. 'Pink Flame’ $4 10. Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ x Open $3 11. Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Yellow’ $4 (100-$10) 12. Soehrensia sp. 'Pink-Red’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ $4 13. Soehrensia sp. 'Pink-Red’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Yellow’ $4 14. Soehrensia sp. 'Red Crest’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Yellow’ $6 (100-$15) 15. Soehrensia sp. 'Yellow’ x Echinopsis sp. 'Apricot’ $4 16. Soehrensia sp. 'Yellow’ x Echinopsis sp. 'Pink Flame’ $4 (100-$10) 17. Soehrensia sp. 'Yellow’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Red Crest’ $6 (100-$15) 18. T. sp. 'Big Boy’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ $4 19. T. sp. 'Big Boy’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Yellow’ $4 20. T. sp. 'Binnie’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ $6 (100-$15) 21. T. sp. 'Bogan’ x T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ $6 22. T. sp. 'Bogan’ x T. pachanoi ‘Rod’ $6 (100-$15) 23. T. bridgesii '33’ x T. bridgesii 'JB’ $4 (100-$10) 24. T. bridgesii '33’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $4 (100-$10) 25. T. bridgesii 'Ben’ x T. pachanoi 'Jims Fat’ $4 (100-$10) 26. T. bridgesii 'Ben’ x T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) 27. T. bridgesii 'Ben’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ $6 (100-$15) 28. T. bridgesii 'Essendon’ x T. bridgesii 'JB’ $6 (100-$15) 29. T. bridgesii 'Essendon’ x T. bridgesii 'Sina’ $8 (100-$20) 30. T. bridgesii 'Essendon’ x T. pachanoi ‘Fields’ $4 (100-$10) 31. T. bridgesii 'J18’ x (T. bridgesii x Open) $4 (100-$10) 32. T. bridgesii 'J18’ x T. bridgesii 'SP 07’ $6 (100-$15) 33. T. bridgesii 'J18’ x T. poco (Whit Flower) $6 34. T. bridgesii 'J18’ x T. sp. 'J2’ $4 35. T. bridgesii 'KK 919’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 36. T. bridgesii 'SAB SS’ x (T. bridgesii 'Tig’ x T. peruvianus 'Len’) $4 (100-$10) 37. (T. bridgesii 'SAB SS’ x Open) x T. bridgesii 'Essendon’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 38. T. bridgesii 'SAB SS’ x T. bridgesii 'J18’ $4 39. T. bridgesii 'SAB SS’ x T .macrogonus ‘Fields’ $4 40. T. bridgesii 'SAB SS’ x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’ $4 (100-$10) 41. T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ x Open $2 (100-$5) (1000-$25) 42. T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ x T. bridgesii ‘J18’ $4 (100-$10) 43. T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ x T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ $6 (100-$15) 44. T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ x T. riomizquensis #1 $6 (100-$15) 45. T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ x T. sp. ‘J7’ $4 (100-$10) 46. T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ x T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’ $4 47. T. bridgesii 'Sina’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $10 SOLD OUT 48. T. bridgesii 'SP 07’ x Open $3 49. T. bridgesii 'SP 07’ x T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ $4 (100-$10) 50. T. bridgesii 'SP 07’ x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 51. T. bridgesii 'SP 07’ x T. sp. 'J2’ $4 (100-$10) 52. T. bridgesii 'SP 07’ x T. sp. 'J7’ $4 (100-$10) 53. (T. bridgesii 'Tig x T. peruvianus 'Len’) x T. peruvianus ‘Sharxx Blue’ $8 (100-$20) 54. T. bridgesii ‘Anna’ x T. peruvianus ‘Sharxx Blue’ $8 55. T. bridgesii 'Ferah’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 56. (T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 x T. pachanoi 'PC’ #2) x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’ $4 57. (T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 x T. pachanoi 'PC’ #2) x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #2’ $4 58. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’ x (T. bridgesii ‘Tig x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $6 (100-$15) 59. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’ x T. bridgesii ‘J18’ $6 (100-$15) 60. T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ x Open $2 (100-$5) (1000-$25) 61. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’ x T. peruvianus 'North Fitzroy’ $4 (100-$10) 62. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’ x T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ $6 63. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’ x T. peruvianus ‘Old Teds’ $8 64. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’ x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’ $10 (100-$25) 65. T. chilensis v. Longispinos x (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’ x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $8 (100-$20) 66. T. chilensis v. Longispinos x T. pasacana 'Dawsons’ (Master pack only) 67. T. chilensis v. Longispinos x T. pasacana 'Orange Spine’ $6 (100-$15) 68. T. chilensis v. Longispinos x T. terscheckii 'Werribee’ $6 (100-$15) 69. T. cuzcoensis 'CC’ x Open $2 (100-$5) 70. T. cuzcoensis 'CC’ x T. knuthianus ‘Fields’ $4 71. T. sp. 'Hebrew’ x T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ $6 (100-$15) 72. (T. sp. 'J1’ x T. pachanoi) x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 73. T. sp. 'J1’ x T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ $4 74. T. sp. ‘J1’ x T. peruvianus 'Monassa Blue’ $6 (100-$15) 75. T. sp. 'J2’ x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $4 (100-$15) 76. T. sp. 'J2’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 77. T. sp. 'J2’ x (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’) $4 (100-$10) 78. T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi ‘Hahn’ $4 (100-$10) 79. T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’ $6 (100-$15) 80. T. sp. 'J2’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $8 (100-$20) 81. T. sp. 'J2’ x T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ $8 (100-$20) 82. T. sp. 'J2’ x T. riomizquensis #3 $6 83. T. sp. 'J2’ x T. sp. 'J7’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 84. (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’) x T. sp. 'J2’ $4 85. (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’) x T. sp. 'J3’ $4 (100-$10) 86. (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’) x T. sp. 'J5’ $4 87. (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie) x T. sp. 'J9’ $4 88. (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’) x T. pachanoi ‘Hahn’ $4 89. (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’) x T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ $6 (100-$15) 90. (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’) x T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ $6 91. (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’) x T. peruvianus ‘Norma’ $6 (100-$15) 92. T. sp. 'J3’ x T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 93. T. sp. 'J3’ x Open $3 94. T. sp. 'J3’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) 95. T. sp. 'J3’ x T. peruvianus 'Monassa Blue’ $6 96. T. sp. 'J3’ x T. peruvianus ‘Sharxx Blue’ $8 97. T. sp. 'J3’ x T. sp. 'J2’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 98. T. sp. 'J5’ x T. bridgesii ‘J18’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 99. T. sp. 'J5’ x T. sp. 'J2’ $4 (100-$10) 100. T. sp. 'J5’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) 101. T. sp. 'J5’ x T. peruvianus 'JS’ $6 (100-$15) 102. T. sp. 'J5’ x T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ $6 (100-$15) 103. T. sp 'J5’ x T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ $4 (100-$10) 104. T. sp. 'J7’ x T. sp. 'J2’ $4 105. T. sp. ‘J7’ x T. bridgesii 'J18’ $4 106. T. sp. 'J9’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $6 107. T. sp. 'J9’ x T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ $6 108. T. sp. 'J9’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ (Master pack only) 109. T. sp. ‘J14’ x T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ $6 110. T. sp. ‘J17’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) 111. T. sp. ‘J17’ x T. peruvianus ‘Monassa Blue’ $6 (100-$15) 112. T. knuthianus 'Dawsons’ x Open $2 (100-$5) (1000-$20) 113. T. knuthianus 'Fields’ x Open $2 (100-$5) 114. (T. sp. 'Los Banos’ x T. pallarensis) x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 115. (T. sp. 'Los Banos’ x T. pallarensis) x T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 116. T. macrogonus 'Fields’ x Open $2 (100-$5) 117. T. macrogonus 'Fields’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 118. T. macrogonus 'Fields’ x T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ $6 (100-$15) 119. T. macrogonus 'Fields’ x T. peruvianus ‘Old Teds’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 120. T. macrogonus 'Fields’ x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #2 $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 121. T. macrogonus 'Fields’ x T. scopulicola $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 122. T. macrogonus 'Fields’ x T. sp. ‘J17’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 123. T. macrogonus ‘Sam’ x T. peruvianus 'Norma’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 124. T. manguinii 'WK’ x T. terscheckii hybrid 'Fields’ $6 (100-$15) 125. T. pachanoi hybrid #1 x T. pachanoi BK 08611.05 $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 126. T. pachanoi ’#2’ x T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 127. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x (T. pachanoi 'Juuls Giant’ x T. scopulicola) $4 128. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 129. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’) x (T. pachanoi ‘Juuls Giant x T. pachanoi) $4 130. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’) x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 131. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’) x T. bridgesii 'Anna’ $4 (100-$10) 132. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’) x T. pachanoi 'Fields’ $4 133. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’) x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $4 134. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’) x T. peruvianus 'Monassa Blue’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 135. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. huascha (Red Flower) $8 136. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. pachanoi 'Goliath’ $6 (100-$15) 137. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’ $4 (100-$10) ($40) 138. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. pachanoi 'Nothinks’ $4 (100-$10) 139. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. pachanoi ‘Yowie’ $4 (100-$10) 140. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ $4 (100-$10) 141. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. peruvianus 'JS’ $6 (100-$15) 142. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #1) x T. sp. 'J5’ $4 143. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #1) x T. pachanoi 'Hendy’ $4 (100-$10) 144. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. peruvianus ‘Norma’ $6 (100-$15) 145. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. sp. 'J3’) x (T. pachanoi ‘Juuls Giant x T. pachanoi) (Master pack only) 146. (T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. sp. 'J3’) x T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ $6 147. T. pachanoi 'Fields’ x T. sp. ‘J17’ (Master Pack only) 148. T. pachanoi 'Goliath’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $4 (100-$10) 149. T. pachanoi 'Goliath’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 150. T. pachanoi 'Graham’ x Open $3 151. T. pachanoi 'Graham’ x T. pachanoi ‘Hahn’ $4 (100-$10) 152. T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ (Master pack only) 153. T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’ $4 (100-$10) 154. T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ x T. peruvianus 'Monassa Blue’ $6 (100-$15) 155. T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ x T. peruvianus ‘Sharxx Blue’ $6 (100-$15) 156. T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ x T. terscheckii ‘SA SS’ $6 157. T. pachanoi 'Hendy’ x (T. bridgesii 'Tig x T. peruvianus 'Len’) $6 (100-$15) 158. T. pachanoi 'Hendy’ x (T. pachanoi ‘Fields’ x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1) $4 159. T. pachanoi 'Hendy’ x (T. sp. 'J2’ x T. pachanoi 'Yowie’) $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 160. T. pachanoi 'Hendy’ x Open $3 161. T. pachanoi 'Hendy’ x T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 162. T. pachanoi 'Hendy’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $6 163. T. pachanoi 'J30’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $8 (100-$20) 164. T. pachanoi 'J30’ x T. pachanoi BK 08611.5 $8 165. T. pachanoi 'Jims Fat’ x Open $3 166. T. pachanoi 'Jims Fat’ x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 167. T. pachanoi 'Jims Fat’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 168. T. pachanoi 'Justin’ x (T. pachanoi 'Fields x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #1) (Master pack only) 169. T. pachanoi 'Justin’ x Open $3 170. T. pachanoi 'Justin’ x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $4 (100-$10) 171. T. pachanoi 'Justin’ x T. pachanoi 'Fields’ $4 (100-$10) 172. T. pachanoi 'Justin’ x T. pachanoi 'Goliath’ $6 173. T. pachanoi 'Justin’ x T. pachanoi 'Hendy’ $4 174. T. pachanoi 'Justin’ x T. pachanoi BK 08611.5 $6 175. T. pachanoi 'Justin’ x T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) 176. (T. pachanoi 'Juuls Giant’ x T. pachanoi) x T. pachanoi ‘Fields’ $4 177. (T. pachanoi 'Juuls Giant’ x T. pachanoi) x T. pachanoi ‘Goliath’ $4 (100-$10) 178. (T. pachanoi 'Juuls Giant’ x T. pachanoi) x T. pachanoi ‘Hendy’ $4 179. (T. pachanoi 'Juuls Giant’ x T. pachanoi) x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’ (Master pack only) 180. (T. pachanoi 'Juuls Giant’ x T. scopulicola) x T. pachanoi ‘Yowie’ (Master pack only) 181. (T. pachanoi 'Juuls Giant’ x T. scopulicola) x T. peruvianus ‘Sausage Plant’ $6 182. T. pachanoi 'Music Teacher’ x T. pachanoi ‘Rod’ $8 183. T. pachanoi 'Music Teacher’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $8 184. T. pachanoi 'Nothink’ x T. sp. 'Bogan’ $6 185. T. pachanoi 'Nothink’ x T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ $4 186. T. pachanoi 'Nothink’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $4 187. T. pachanoi 'Nothink’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ $4 188. (T. pachanoi 'PC’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’) x T. pachanoi 'KK 339’ $4 (100-$10) 189. (T. pachanoi 'PC’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’) x T. sp. ‘TA 03’ $4 (100-$10) 190. (T. pachanoi 'PC’ x T. sp. 'J3’) x (T. pachanoi 'Juuls Giant’ x T. pachanoi) $4 191. T. pachanoi 'PC’ x Open $2 (100-$5) 192. (T. pachanoi 'PC’ x T. sp. 'J3’) x Open $3 193. T. pachanoi 'PC’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $3 194. T. pachanoi 'PC’ x T. peruvianus 'North Fitzroy’ $3 (100-$7.50) 195. T. pachanoi 'PC’ x T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ $3 (100-$7.50) 196. T. pachanoi 'PC’ x T. scopulicola $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 197. T. pachanoi 'PC’ x T. sp. 'TA 03’ $3 (100-$7.50) 198. T. pachanoi 'Rod’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 199. T. pachanoi 'Yowie’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 200. T. pachanoi 'Yowie’ x T. pachanoi 'Fields’ $4 201. T. pachanoi 'Yowie’ x T. pachanoi BK 08611.5 $6 202. T. pachanoi 'Yowie’ x T. peruvianus 'Monassa Blue’ $6 (100-$15) 203. T. pachanoi 'Yowie’ x T. sp. 'TA 03’ $6 204. T. pachanoi 'Yowie’ x T. sp. ‘Bogan’ $6 205. T. pachanoi BK 08611.5 x T. pachanoi 'Fields’ $6 (100-$15) 206. T. pachanoi monstrose x T. pachanoi 'Huancabamba’) x Open $8 SOLD OUT 207. (T. pachanoi x T. sp. 'J3’) x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’ $4 (100-$10) 208. (T. pachanoi x T. sp. 'J3’) x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $4 (100-$10) 209. (T. pachanoi x Open) x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $6 (100-$15) 210. T. pasacana 'Dawsons’ x Open $4 211. T. pasacana 'Dawsons’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ $10 212. T. pasacana 'Dawsons’ x T. bridgesii ‘J18’ $6 213. T. pasacana 'Dawsons’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ $6 214. T. pasacana 'Dawsons’ x T. terscheckii 'Mexican’ $6 215. (T. peruvianus x T. pachanoi) x Open $3 216. T. peruvianus 'Alchemical’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 217. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x Open $4 (100-$10) 218. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. bridgesii 'Sina’ $8 (100-$20) 219. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $6 (100-$15) 220. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. pachanoi 'Hendy’ $8 221. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. peruvianus 'John’ $6 (100-$15) 222. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. peruvianus 'Norma’ $6 (100-$15) 223. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. peruvianus ‘Old Teds’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 224. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. peruvianus ‘Short Spine’ $6 (100-$15) 225. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. sp. 'J7’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 226. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. sp. ‘J2’ $6 (100-$15) 227. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ x T. sp. 'Zelly 13a’ $10 228. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #2’ x T. bridgesii 'Sina’ $8 (100-$20) 229. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #2’ x T. peruvianus ‘Norma’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 230. T. peruvianus 'Ferret’ x Open $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 231. T. peruvianus 'Ferret’ x T. sp. 'J7’ $6 (100-$15) 232. T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 233. T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ x T. pachanoi 'Fields’ $4 (100-$10) 234. T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ x T. pachanoi 'Goliath’ $4 235. T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $4 (100-$10) 236. T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ x T. pasacana ‘Orange Spine’ $6 237. T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ x T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ $6 (100-$15) 238. T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ x T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ $6 239. T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ x T. peruvianus 'TA 08’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 240. T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ x T. peruviaunus 'Monassa Blue’ $6 241. T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ x (T. pachanoi ‘Juuls Giant x T. pachanoi) $6 (100-$15) 242. T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ x Open $4 (100-$10) 243. T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 244. T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 245. T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ x T. peruvianus ‘Fitzroy’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 246. T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ x T. peruvianus ‘Old Teds’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 247. T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ x T. sp. ‘J3’ $6 (100-$15) 248. T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ x T. sp. ‘J5’ $6 249. T. peruvianus 'Ivan’ x (T. bridgesii 'Tig’ x T. peruvianus 'Len’) $8 250. T. peruvianus 'Ivan’ x T. peruvianus 'Norma’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 251. T. peruvianus 'John’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 252. T. peruvianus 'John’ x T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 253. T. peruvianus 'John’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 254. T. peruvianus 'John’ x T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ $6 (100-$15) 255. T. peruvianus 'JS’ x T. bridgesii 'J18’ $8 (100-$20) 256. T. peruvianus 'JS’ x T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 257. T. peruvianus 'JS’ x T. peruvianus 'Norma’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 258. T. perivianus 'M1’ x T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ $8 (100-$20) 259. T. peruvianus 'M1’ x T. sp.'J9’ $6 260. T. peruvianus 'M2’ x T. peruvianus 'Tripsis #1’ $8 261. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 262. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’ x T. peruvianus ‘Icaro’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 263. T. peruvianus 'Monassa Blue’ x T. bridgesii ‘Sina’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 264. T. peruvianus 'Monassa Blue’ x T. peruvianus ‘Old Teds’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 265. T. peruvianus 'Monassa Blue’ x T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’ $8 (100-$20) 266. T. peruvianus 'Norma’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 267. T. peruvianus 'Norma’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 268. T. peruvianus 'Norma’ x T. peruvianus ‘M2’ $8 269. T. peruvianus 'North Fitzroy’ x T. sp. 'M1’ $6 (100-$15) 270. T. peruvianus 'North Fitzroy’ x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1’ $6 (100-$15) 271. T. peruvianus 'North Fitzroy’ x T. sp. 'J2’ $6 272. T. peruvianus 'North Fitzroy’ x T. sp. 'TA 03’ $6 (100-$15) 273. T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $8 274. T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ x T. peruvianus ‘Fitzroy’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 275. (T. peruvianus 'Rosei #1 x T. pachanoi 'Fields’) x Open $3 276. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #1’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 277. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #1’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 278. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2 x T. bridgesii 'Short Spine’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 279. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x (T. pachanoi ‘Juuls Giant x T. pachanoi) $4 280. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #1) $4 281. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 282. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. huascha (Red Flower) $10 SOLD OUT 283. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1’ $8 284. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. peruvianus 'Monassa Blue’ (Master pack only) 285. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. peruvianus 'North Fitzroy’ $6 286. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ $8 287. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #1’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 288. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 289. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. peruvianus ‘Sausage Plant’ $6 290. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. peruvianus ‘Short Spine’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 291. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’ $8 292. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. sp. 'J2’ $6 (100-$15) 293. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. sp. 'J3’ $6 294. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. sp. 'TA 03’ (Master pack only) 295. T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’ $10 296. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ x Open $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 297. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ x T. pachanoi 'Fields’ $6 (100-$15) 298. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ x T. pachanoi 'Goliath’ $6 (100-$15) 299. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $6 (100-$15) 300. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ x T. pachanoi 'Music Teacher’ $6 (100-$15) 301. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ x T. peruvianus ‘Sharxx Blue’ $6 (100-$15) 302. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’ x T. sp. ‘Bogan’ (Master pack only) 303. (T. peruvianus 'Serra Blue’ x T. bridgesii 'SS02’) x Open $4 304. (T. peruvianus 'Serra Blue’ x T. huanucoensis) x T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ $8 305. (T. peruvianus 'Serra Blue’ x T. huanucoensis) x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ $8 306. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x Open $4 307. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. bridgesii 'Sina’ $10 (100-$25) 308. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $8 (100-$20) 309. T. peruvianus ‘Sharxx Blue’ x (T. bridgesii 'Tig x T. peruvianus 'Len’) $8 (100-$20) 310. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. pasacana ‘Dawsons’ $8 (100-$20) 311. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. peruvianus 'M2’ $8 (100-$20) 312. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ $8 313. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ $8 314. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. peruvianus ‘Short Spine’ $8 315. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’ $10 (100-$25) 316. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’ $10 (100-$25) 317. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. sp 'J2’ $8 (100-$20) 318. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. sp. 'TA 06’ $8 (100-$20) 319. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’ $8 (100-$20) 320. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #1) $10 (100-$25) 321. T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ x (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #3) $10 322. T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ x T. sp. 'J9’ $6 (100-$15) 323. T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ x T. sp. 'TA 03’ $6 (100-$15) 324. T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ x T. peruvianus ‘Monassa Blue’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 325. T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ x T. peruvianus 'Old Teds’ $8 326. T. peruvianus 'TA 01’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $10 (100-$25) 327. T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $10 (100-$25) 328. T. riomizquensis #1 x T. riomizquensis #4 $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 329. T. riomizquensis #3 x T. riomizquensis #2 $6 (100-$15) 330. T. riomizquensis #3 x T. riomizquensis #4 $6 (100-$15) 331. T. riomizquensis #4 x T. riomizquensis #3 $6 (100-$15) 332. T. scopulicola x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’) x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $4 333. T. scopulicola x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 334. T. scopulicola x T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 335. T. scopulicola x T. sp ‘TA 03’ $4 336. T. scopulicola x T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ $4 337. T. scopulicola x T. sp. 'Zelly #13a’ $10 338. T. scopulicola x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 339. T. scopulicola 'Ferah’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 340. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 ’#1) x T. bridgesii 'Anna’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 341. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #1) x T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ $4 342. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #1) x T. peruvianus 'Norma’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 343. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #1) x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #1’ $6 344. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #2) x T. peruvianus ‘Fitzroy’ (Master pack only) 345. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #4) x T. pachanoi ‘Hahn’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 346. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #4) x T. peruvianus ‘Sharxx Blue’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 347. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #4) x T. sp. ‘J2’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 348. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #7) x T. sp. 'Bogan’ $4 (100-$10) 349. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’#7) x T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ $4 (100-$10) 350. (T. sp. Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #9) x Open $3 (100-$7.50) 351. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #10) x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ $6 352. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. sp. 'J3’) X T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $4 353. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. sp. 'J3’) x T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ (Master pack only) 354. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro x Open) x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $4 (100-$10) 355. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro x Open) x T.sp. ‘J2’ $4 (100-$10) 356. (T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. scopulicola) x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $6 (100-$15) 357. T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’ x (T. sp. 'Los Banos’ x T. pallarensis) $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 358. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. sp. 'Bogan’ $6 (100-$15) 359. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. sp. 'J3’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 360. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. sp. ‘J7’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 361. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x Open $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 362. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 363. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. pachanoi 'Justin’ $4 364. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. pachanoi 'Rod’ $4 365. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. peruvianus 'Fitzroy’ $4 (100-$40) 366. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. peruvianus 'North Fitzroy’ $4 (100-$40) 367. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 368. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. peruvianus 'Tripsis #1’ $8 (100-$20) 369. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #1’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 370. T. sp’ 'Super Pedro’ x T. peruvianus 'Icaro’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 371. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $6 (100-$15) 372. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. scopulicola $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 373. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x (T. sp. 'Super Pedro x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#7) $4 374. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 375. T. sp. 'Super Pedro’ x T. sp. 'Zelly #13a’ $10 SOLD OUT 376. T. sp. 'TA 02’ x T. peruvianus 'Short Spine’ $8 (100-$20) 377. T. sp. 'TA 03’ x T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #1’ $8 378. T. sp. 'TA 03’ x T. peruvianus ‘Old Teds’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 379. T. sp. 'TA 03’ x T. sp. 'J2’ $6 (100-$15) 380. T. sp. 'TA 03’ x T. sp. 'TA 02’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 381. T. taquimbalensis ‘Joylene’ x Open $8 382. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’ x T. sp. ‘Zelly 13a’ $10 383. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’ x T. validus ‘Anak’ $10 384. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ x T. pasacana 'Dawsons’ $6 385. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’ $8 (100-$20) 386. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ x T. terscheckii 'Long Spine’ $6 387. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ x T. terscheckii 'Mexican’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 388. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ x T. pasacana 'Orange Spine’ $6 (100-$15) 389. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ x T. terscheckii 'Werribee’ $6 (100-$15) 390. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ x T. terscheckii ‘SA SS’ (Master pack only) 391. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons ’ x T. sp. 'Zelly 13a’ $10 392. T. terscheckii 'Long Spine’ x Soehrensia sp ‘Yellow’ $10 (100-$25) 393. T. terscheckii 'Long Spine’ x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 394. T. terscheckii 'Mexican’ x T. pasacana 'Dawsons’ $6 (100-$15) 395. T. terscheckii 'Mexican’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’ $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 396. T. terscheckii 'Mexican’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 397. T. terscheckii 'RG-1’ x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ $8 398. T. terscheckii 'RG-1’ x T. sp 'Zelly 13a’ $10 399. T. terscheckii 'RG-1’ x T. terscheckii ‘Werribee’ (Master pack only) 400. T. terscheckii 'SA SS’ x (T. peruvianus 'Serra Blue x T. bridgesii SS02) $6 (100-$15) 401. T. terscheckii 'SA SS’ x Open $4 (100-$10) 402. T. terscheckii 'SA SS’ x T. pachanoi 'Fields’ $6 403. T. terscheckii 'SA SS’ x T. pachanoi 'Hahn’ $6 (100-$15) 404. T. terscheckii 'SA SS’ x T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #1’ $8 (100-$20) 405. T. terscheckii 'Werribee’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’ (Master pack only) 406. T. terscheckii ‘Snake’ x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ $8 (100-$20) 407. T. terscheckii ‘Snake’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $10 408. T. terscheckii hybrid 'Fields’ x T. manguinii 'WK’ $6 (100-$15) 409. T. terscheckii/validus x Open $4 410. T. terscheckii/validus x T. peruvianus 'Rosei #2’ $6 411. T. terscheckii/validus x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ (Master pack only) 412. T. terscheckii/validus x T.bridgesii ‘Short Spine’ (Master pack only) 413. (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #1’) x T. pasacana ‘Dawsons’ $8 414. (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #1’) x T. peruvianus ‘Sausage Plant’ $6 415. (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #1’) x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $8 416. (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #1) x (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #2) (MP) 417. (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #2) x (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #3) $8 418. (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #3) x (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #1) (MP) 419. (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0 #3) x (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #2) (MP) 420. (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii 'Psycho0’ #3) x (T. sp. 'Kimuras Spiny Giant’ x T. bridgesii) $6 (100-$15) 421. T. validus ‘Anak’ x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’ (Master pack only) 422. T. validus ‘Anak’ x T. sp. ‘Zelly 13a’ (Master Pack only) 423. T. validus ‘Anak’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’ (Master Pack only) 424. T. validus ‘Anak’ x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’ $10 SOLD OUT 425. T. validus ‘Shed’ x T. peruvianus 'Sharxx Blue’ $10 SOLD OUT 426. T. validus ‘Shed’ x T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #1’ (Master Pack only) 427. T. validus ‘Shed’ x T. peruvianus ‘Monassa Blue’ $10 SOLD OUT 428. Trichonopsis sp. 'Whiora’ x Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’ $8 429. Trichonopsis sp. 'Whiora’ x T. bridgesii 'J18’ $8 Cheers
  4. 7 points
    Howdy. I’m Enjaytee. Forum noob. Feel free to school me on forum etiquette. Harvested my first iboga fruits today. It’s true that they smell like jizz when you bust ‘em open. Soaking the seeds in water overnight and planting them toMorrow evening. Moved some plants from pots into the ground. ( brugs, cacti, d.cooperi) sowed some poppies ‘giganteum’, Lauren’s grape, Flemish antique, and lavender dbl. A load of tricho seed has germinated. Sowed some hbwr, heavenly blue and Rivea corymbosa. Sowed Chillis, basil, Shiso, lavender, dill, mugwort and too many other herbs/veges to mention. Made some soil primo soil mixes. Fkkn spring ay. Busy times.
  5. 6 points
    Inspired by something my sister gave to me to give to my mum... Yep, it would succ without you, friends, family, caring kind people and supportive people I've met through SAB. So I've been sowing succulent seeds and got some free spares - Delosperma bosseranum x 2 significant quantities - Mesembryanthemum crystallinum (50 seeds) x 2 I've checked viability for both and they've germinated fine on the heat mat for me If you want a pack of each sent to sow, the first two people to tell me what their life would succ without in this thread get free seeds Sow with intent to manifest a kinder, more loving world Soon I'll hopefully have "life would succ without you starter packs of plants" to give to people of succulents I've known and loved In case no one has said it to you today and you're feeling down:
  6. 5 points
    Why waste your coin on silly trichos when you could you spend 120k on a dwarf umbrella tree....... https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/UNIQUE-OPPORTUNITY-RARE-Schefflera-Arboricola-v-Elfin-44-Year-Old-Plant/264411946932?_trkparms=aid%3D333200%26algo%3DCOMP.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20140131123801%26meid%3D9a45b6e813c4483dbd3a1b932f61ed73%26pid%3D100168%26rk%3D6%26rkt%3D12%26sd%3D163827917277%26itm%3D264411946932%26pg%3D5411&_trksid=p5411.c100168.m2941
  7. 4 points
    I've reflected on this, and I don't think the growers can absolve themselves completely of all responsibility. It's a little too convenient to just say "oh, we only grow the poppies that are really only useful for producing the key ingredients fuelling the opioid crisis, what happens to them after we sold them is none of our concern". I'm sure that Tasmanian Alkaloids were all too happy to continue profiting as long as nobody pointed a finger of blame in their direction.
  8. 3 points
    ****this is propably gonna be an experimental and drunkey way to blow some steam - I have done it before, to open up in a psychoanalytical way in SAB crowd. cheers to all the old- timers here. ****** I am not sure where exactly this starts for me. But I suppose that it begins when I realise the world is full of shit. For example I remember me praying to god, lol, honestly, cool stuff.. I am amazed I remember. a hardline atheist would not tell you - he would supress and forget. not me. I cant cheat. If you become an atheist in ~12 like me, you have to make up a different system of thought.. Like Bukowski said, us atheists - and I say especially us early bloom atheists - we have to answer the "big questions" outselves, as there is none metaphysical reality except the individual reality for the radical atheist.. Yeah It propably started with atheism- or something aroung there.. My lawyer dad said I should become a lawer and he had various tricks to escape when I argued passionately aboutr a subject. Also in the same time, or a bit later , I was regarded a raver in my school. I had by then made a scheme to create an image to project to the school enviroment.. I was the kid that drew rave symbols with modelist paint on his Doc Martens and had a generally cool but awkward presence... I realise now I realised from early on that if you act in a strange way but support it, or in some way, justify it, then you have got your audience, peoples attention... atheism was propably a full time job for me back at some point .. I was a shy boy. especially around girls and even more if I liked them... my debating skills that I never stopped developing was the ever present path of what it was for me to become such a character... ~13 then... when all of your friends in the neibourhood are christian believers and you are a great rhetor, then I think I only did the obvious, used my skills to challenge the existence of god and by that I grew my first bit of social confidence . And I did a fucking good job right there 13 year old with kids of the same age with me - without ever reading a debunking-encyclopedia of stupid scientifists.. me and simple logic arguements.. so there I am realising that I can be the center of attention, even with lots of girls present, when I took on a debate about the presence of god! This forms a base of how you can provoke reactions from somebody if you challenge some soft spot of his. I realised people had soft spots. Religion was on of them... Later still a teenager I made an "old looking voodoo box" and planted it in a spot in the neibourhood so the religious grannies found it and be freeked.. it happened.. lots of gossip - the materials ended up to the local priest supposedly to exorcise them !! All these hapen while I have no fucking idea of what dada, surrealism, situationists are, I am 14 year old but I have developed a style which changes as I am teenager. Through rave music I have developed a taste for dark and the weird even back there. I had also developed an interest in psychoactive substances and mainly ecstacy, as the rave songs I was listening to were refering to this kind of shit. So I am at a point where I am more interested in ecstasy at 14 than pot and nowhere near to really try and find or get to it.. It was later at 17 y.o. when I first smoked pot. I never realised how this controlled burst offensive manipulation system is a life long work, and how it developed as a defense to my social shyness... I am 39 now and only the recent years I came to untwirl it. It was never a conscious decision to be cynic and badass rhetor and to debate people so as they let up their defences... But it fucking happened.. So gradually I am becoming the most perfect trolling machine long before it was an internet term. after 15 I am startin having the first complaints I was too much sarcastic -from my friends. This never stopped. I talked a lot with my friends but as some points I was harsh and cynic bastard.. Maybe I was starting to get tired of bitching about how unfair life was to people that didnt do anything to try to change it.... I never paid really attention to the people arround me telling me about me being sometimes very rude offensive. I knew I was - I suppose I thought I was mostly right to be like that... I was a person people - my friends- knew they could come to me and talk... A couple years ago a long time friend , told me "man, watch it , you might get beaten by some random guy you argue" and I told him " its lots more possible to get beaten by someone I know" .. the same guy, my friend, some years ago, in a gathering, in a drunk mode, he said to me: you know whats cool about you ?? you might be nuts and weird yourself, but you're the dude that anyone can come and start a serious conversation about anything... I have propably lost this over the years.. I am so fiercefully agressive, that people are scared of me. A couple years ago I made some jokes about it - but in the present I am not finding this very funny: people being scared of you because of what might come out of your mouth... It might be 'funny' because this kind of behaviour is causing situations to happen, and I knew I am a humanist and only argued about stuff, so I did not think it was such a big of a problem - especially when it was the characteristic that was a sceleton of my growing character... and, why hide it, it was one of the main internal powers that made me "cool" . it was real , I owned it, and it made an impact on people so why the heck would I think it is a bad thing ? fast forward to present, I have interpreted this shis in many ways, including my natal astrological chart - I always missed the long time friends that slowly were becoming more distant to me due to this behaviour and my whole behvariour - but I was well awere I knew about it , some had warned, I was aware that friends can become more distant for no particular reason - so there you go I had none to blame from my self for my friends gradually getting away.. I was not particularly bitter though - because I knew they all had a point! I didnt think I was right in the harsh behaviour. I just developed a thing for completely rejecting the notion of "remorse".. its propably a radical atheist thing. I never believed in it and I still think like that. remorse is a theological term and a radical atheist cannot pay attention to this shit. the whole context of remorse never made sense and it doesnt make sense for a hard atheist. you cannot turn the time back except from these awesome timeline-shift sci-fi movies, hehehe... I guess I had a notion for getting things to the extreme - my parents were always mild people, my mom very critical of her mom, a strange suicide hidden also in the mom part of the family that only one seemed to care about when I learnt it was a suicide... A good, suburban lets say home from southern greece... my father is a romantic and very sensitive guy.. later - ratehr recently I learnt we have a cultivation thing in the family tree... cant imaging why my parents didnt tell me earlier, not even when I started to try to become a plant grower part- time. Things is - I am soon becoming 40, this sagittarius x sagitarius , I am still the same deal. Its not really important when I had my psychedelic awakening and epiphanies but the start was done in around 20 y.o. I will always remember when I returned home after the first blotter trip I had .. It had gone bad for 3/5 of the company, half a blotter each, that must have been super potency, 3 of us had a bad trip and us 2 that were into it thought it was pretty strong, (of course the bad trip and mood of the other 3 affected us when were were all 5 together in the tali of the experience) ... I returned to my hometown and was somewhat uptight- I remember how we ate with bg apetite, and talked with my parents that day, this hadnt happened ever before, to talk for so long in the mature way...before we had much conflict , we could not make a decent dialogue - maybe I was too much of a punk in the mentality??? my first acid use then is a bookmark for the type of communication I had with my parents, I reguarly shared almost all kinds of stuff, except the overly obcsene... I can say that other things might play a role in such a thing, but that 1st one time, yeah, it had one definate good result: it made me wanna communicate with my parents.. perhaps other people as well.. Some people talk about large doses - some people have told me in past - in this forum that I am a pussy that I didnt take enough. well I nver believed in "if in doubt double the dose" because it depends on the type of doubt.. I really believe in the "if you get the message , hang up" thing, though ... I think I have reached the end of this ramble... but I will end it aboslutely egocentric. WIth the danger of being taken as a manic shcizophrenic I really thing I am a unique individual in a series of ways I will try to express it.. please remember that my natal chart is full of fire signs, aries, leo, and of course sagittarius... also scorpio, pisces, virgo, carpicorn... 0. I was born mid/low class, and my life had been quite fine. Contrary to lots or most of my friends to want to try psychoactives, I was not en escapist. It did not ever feel that I took drugs to cope with reality.. it was mosty curiocity. when we did start to smoke pot, their escapism both annoyed me and affected me negatively. When we had a wonderful experience last day, all friends smoking, the next they they were bitching "we dont have any pot today, damn, etc" . I was not like that . But it gets to you after some time... that how laws fuck up the intake of a perfectly safe plant compound. .. by making illegal and a myth... 1. its unique I think, I at 40 tend to be the same strange- the same kind of strange you were younger only more experienced - I dont seem to have changed - it seems I am still a punk, in the "punk - being yrself" vain of course, as I was never a 'proper' dressed punk. its not really usual to have such a strong sense of honesty and cynicism above all , and then delve in philosophical subjects even in the most extreme examples of huma behaviour. I am not the same kid that first watched Hellraiser II at 14 with the volume almost at 0 because because I was fucking blown by what I was seeing - but I had to watch it! Remember my parents were the types that talked polite and shyed away from most controversy - my dad was more a people's guy though , I copied - I think several phrases he said to people in restaurants and cafes. what I am trying to say is that I am the same kid I was in 15, the dude at 20, 21, 22, 25, 28, 32, 36, and now yeah... only now I know a lot of stuff I didnt know before... stuff have happened.... but I am the exact continuity of what I was before.. A fucking curious kid that ecentually wanted to learn about it all. yeah yeah... I dont have a girlfriend these days nor a kid. so I am relatively free. 2. I had it in my mind for years , that becoming a homo universalis, that is a person with a greater encyclopedian knowledge that is not limited to a single gnostic clade.. I didnt really tried to become that , I only thought that indeed this is the most awesome thing to be, to make an all-around worldview. There's an an awesome saying "careful where you look to, because you are going to go where you look" or something like that.. Well it seems that becoming a homo- universalis was not an easy thing to do - if you try to do it in philosophy, I mean to find the core of it all, it is so fucking diffucult- especially if you have not a lot of life experience! but I tried it and was fierceful... So I was always bold about stuff I was into , and I am really thinking I am really fucking close to what you would call a H.u. - and I am only 39, huh?? heheh man, lots of egoism in my personallity, so glad I am super sagittarius so I can be as sarcastic I want to my own egoism. I dont think I am great. I think I am a great philosopher! thats my philosophical motto - because most people think that philosophy is knowing history of philosophy - philosophy for me is loving to getting to know. being curious about stuff.. really wanting to know... and - to me- philosophy is not something you read, but its something you do so yeah, I think being or tending to be a homo universalis means you really want to know about how things work. all around. not only a single field 3. I am so fucking honest - pathologically honest. There must be something into it. I mean biological.. I mean body giving me chemical gifts because I persue knowledge - or maybe its just egotistical make belief that flows the chimical - point is, honesty is something I believe... I dont believe in much else... Most people dont care about truth, but some of us rare ones might be truth fetischists . You might think -again - I am a schizo, but I quite believe I am one of the most fucking objective people on earth... the most objective you would ever get to know in an average life.... too fucking objective... so there it goes - where's the line?? and whats the score with those that still dont understand and promote big doses with classic psychedelics... ? it cant be done with psychedelics... psychs dont say shit - unfortunately, the people that should take it dont, so we are not doing much in the "cause" psychedelics - and life itself- is about an equilibrium. you dont take psychs for simple thrills, not if you're wise.. I have thought about all of these shit so much, and now I am interested and knowledgable about a bunch of other things thing is I am just an idiot and life is a path its the only one!! and the point is you must be able to hold to moments. life is moments lucidity, consciousness, etc, big deal... what do you want? you want big enlightment?? start with your selves . dont be afraid to get to the thing that hurt you. things that hurt us shape us not everyone is ready to come up to the big debate about existence! then again I am a lucky one who speaks on the safe side. humanity is a circus. I am just a clown follow what is within and develop it build on what you're good at, then reflect ciao and peace
  9. 3 points
    I can help u out with the seeds in a few months. The only condition is that I send u lots of seeds and in return u send seeds to a heap of other people. Loads for u and loads for everyone else. Do a giveaway, fundraiser. Whatever. That’s up to u. Just has to be done via this forum.
  10. 3 points
    Haven't been on here for a while Recently sown a bunch of seeds Acacia courtii Acacia phlebophylla Phyllodium pulchellum (unknown amount, will post in the specific thread with my results and grievances) Mimosa hostilis Some native citrus and other bush tucker Recently setup 4 new bee hives, including a flow super (turn tap for honey extraction). This should be an interesting design to play with, truly innovative Managed to get another Santalum acuminatum (quandong) to germinate! Super happy about this as they are tricky compared to Santalum spicatum (WA Sandalwood). Plan to clear a bunch of cacti to make way for the quandong and its host. Also plan to setup a small side business working with WA Sandalwood, supply of seedlings with and without hosts and then moving onto site visits for consultations, possibly site prep Sprinkled a bunch of Papaver somniferum seeds around the yard and now have a bunch of sprouts, some getting quite large. Thanks @Glaukus ! Still on the hunt for Catha edulis seed if anyone can help This year may also be the final year of the acacia acuminata seed giveaways I do
  11. 3 points
    30.8.19 A fictional tale of Curly Locks first listen, It was a cold, wet, drizzly morning, but after 13 years waiting the time had finally arrived. The sun was just starting to rise, however it looked like a grey sky would prevent the sun from shining on this long awaited, glorious day. Curly locks quickly consumed some breakfast, fuelling his body for what will most likely be the longest and most highly anticipated album of his lifetime, Fear Inoculum. After having a quick browse online, he could see the album was available and ready to stream, but after 13 years of waiting he decided to wait a few more hours. So Curly Locks took a few shots of a revoltingly bitter brew and jumped on his bike to go to the shops to try and buy a real copy of this album. Much to Curly Locks disappointment, purchasing a real copy of this album was not possible, nevertheless, nothing could bring Curly Locks mood down on a day like today, so he grabbed his bike, headed home and prepared for inoculation. Curly wasn’t sure whether to have the first listen through headphones or blasting out of speakers, so after some consideration he decided to setup an old speaker system that hadn’t been used in almost 4 years. Once they were setup, Curly put on an old Tool album, pumped up the volume, closed off the house, and went outside to spark a fatty while making sure the volume was loud enough to become fully immersed in the music, while not upsetting the neighbourhood to any significant degree. The last thing Curly wanted was some angry neighbours knocking on his door while his mind is melting and his body is rocking out like he was back at Big Day Out 2007 in his prime. So the stage was set, the walls were starting to breath, and the fatty had almost finished burning, so it was time to hit play. Track 1: Fear Inoculum; Epic way to start, Tool are back, back and sounding better than ever Track 2: Pneuma; holy shit this one was mind expanding, as the guitar riffs echoes around the room Curly noticed the roof, the walls, the floor, everything is now covered in vibrating guitar strings vibrating in synchronistic order. He doesn’t know how it was possible, but it was as if the lyrics were coming from different directions in space, with the vocals in Curlys left ear completing the previous sentence that was being sung into his right ear. The epic layering and breathtakingly stunning visual display this track had evoked left Curly knowing one thing, it didn’t matter how the rest of the album sounded, it was already a complete psychedelic master piece at 2 songs/20 mins in. And don’t get Curly started on how groovee the bongo build up/break down is, holy shit its so rocky and grooveey at the same time. Perfect for dancing your way into a trance like state. Track 3: Litanie Contre La Peur; provided a much-needed break, with some really strange noises that in no uncertain manner made Curly very aware of how far away from reality his mind had been transported. At this point in time Curly hit pause, stepped outside, sparked another fatty while gazing at some sexy nitrogen hybrids, wow, just wow, what a time to be alive and breathing. A few mins later he jumped back inside, and un-paused the album. Track 4: Invincible; wow, just wow, it rocked so hard, the way they had used/reworked the guitar strum, rhythm section of Jambi and built it into something even bigger and more powerful left Curly in absolute awe. The spirit of a warrior contained in an epic 12.45 mins track. Mindblown. Track 5: Legion Inoculant; another noise/filler track, but wow, with epic volume and strong bass, this one left Curly feeling like he was swimming underneath an ocean on a different planet. Really strong powerful vibrations fill the room as Maynard whispers “Bless this immunity” in the most psychedelic fashion imaginable. Track 6: Descending; holy f##king sh*t, the guitar sound that drops around the 7min mark sounds so primal, the sound is so amazing, words just cant explain how great this song is. This is the sorta shit that inspires future guitar legends to push music to the next level, this is the definition of progressive rock. As Curly absorbs the sounds he wonders, why does this album evoke emotions comparable to falling in love, then he realises, its because he is in love, and after 13 years of not letting go of his love for this band, that bond has just deepened to an unmeasurable level. Then the synth sounds at approx 10 min mark are like revisiting the old days, Third eye from Anemia all over again. Another masterpiece. Track 7: Culling Voices; reminds Curly a lot of Disposition and Reflection from Lateralus, not so much the sounds or rhythm, but more the feeling it evokes. After making it this far into such a heavy rock album, this track is perfectly placed to give the listener a chance to relax, and reflect upon whats just happened. Then towards the ending the lyrics “don’t you dare point that at me” are so banging, calmly peacefully banging, to the flow of the groove. Tool fans are going to be singing this for decades just like they all love to sing “learn to swim” Track 8: Chocolate Chip Trip; well that was a mind-melting synth/drum solo that left Curly feeling like he had been transported into some sort of 80s styled arcade game. Track 9: 7empest; This ones probably the hardest track on the album to describe, clocking in at 15.44 mins its so epic, and so huge, its probably going to take many more listens to fully appreciate. The intricate percussion at the intro is ripped apart with the wildest shredding guitar tone ive heard in a long time, god I love it. Its really takes you back to the early Tool sound. So heavy, so passionate. Track 10: Mockingbeat: outro noise filler track, left Curly in amazement and awe. After 13 years finally another Tool album had arrived, and after the first listen he knows its going to be the soundtrack to the next decade to come. For the rest of the afternoon Curly popped on some headphones and walking around the garden enjoying the album for 3 more listens in a row. Headbanging, and dancing around like a fool, puffing upon fatties and enjoying the great vibes. It was a beautiful day indeed and Curly would happily wait another 13 years for something this good. Bless this immunity Bless Tool
  12. 3 points
    Pheonix, STW and Xavier your packages were sent today
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    Well I started early since it has been so mild in QLD. Sowed/planted out some ethnos and edibles: Heavenly blue morning glory Heliotrope cherry pie Marigold anise Mimosa pudica Purple hyacinth beans Dwarf pineapple Dwarf red mulberry Atherton raspberry Naranjilla Sweet sandpaper fig 20+ Tricho hybrids Mexican tarragon Sugar dragon (dragonfruit) Lots more to come over the next few weeks, will try to get some pics! Cheers
  15. 3 points
    Hey @bardo, would be happy to post you up some fertile eggs if you want to incubate some when the time comes. Eggs stay fertile for 10days without heat so plenty of time to post.
  16. 3 points
    You gotta start vibrationally imprinting your plants with positive vibes and start giving them to strangers... Words of kindness and giving are powerful Sow the seeds of what you want in life... be intentional. Here's an example. I recently started a free plants section of my garden out the front, it's been a nice change for me Here's an example of ingraining those positive kindness vibes as you sow And ditch the alcohol ASAP
  17. 2 points
    So as promised elsewhere, I have some small seedlings (2-4 pairs of leaves/ 10cm tall) from Bardo's seed giveaway last year. Sorry no pics yet. They could have been bigger but they take 6 months to germinate and have been growing in the takeaway container I germinated them in. That said they are healthy looking and will take off this spring if given some TLC. Please research their growing requirements before accepting the offer. Seedlings will be sent bare rooted, in damp coir, at my leisure (when I get a spare second) NOT TO WA, TAS or OUTSIDE AUSTRALIA, sorry. No payment required, but please consider donating a few dollarydoos to site server costs. First 5 to comment here and PM me their address get the goods. Have at it.
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    Hey guys, I've been bored at work so I decided to put together a spreadsheet listing frost/cold hardiness for the most commonly discussed Ethnobotanical plants on SAB Thought I would share it here in-case it's useful to anyone else. The info was gathered from and cross referenced using multiple online sources and personal reports. Obviously there are always abnormalities and outliers, but might be helpful as a guide This is by no means a comprehensive list and still a work in progress. I also haven't included cacti. I may get around to that eventually. My cacti have all been exposed to frosts and -6c temps and survived so I don't think it's as pertinent. If anyone has any first hand experience that differs from what's listed, or any others I should add to the list, feel free to chime in! Plant Hardiness.xlsx
  21. 2 points
    The pedo factor really sucks but I love his music. Hard to reconcile
  22. 2 points
    Very nice! I'm doing bulk acacia too, namely: simplex, acuminata, neurophylla & victoriae, and other fabacaeae-type plants: d leptolobus & illinoensis (still haven't got the growing requirements quite right for them yet). Have been interested in trying dwarf fruiting varieties for a while now like mulberry & raspberry. Might give them a go this time round.
  23. 2 points
    Apart from veges, I'm doing bulk Acacia. Acuminata, burkittii, courtii. Also going heavy on ornamentals. Sowed a lot of lupins, asters, sunflowers, zinnias, echinacea, catnip, poppies etc. What I'm NOT sowing: any more trichos! At least for a while!
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    live version lacks the oomph of the studio, but still good
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