Micromegas

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  1. Edit: actually, not in the mood! Replaced with random cactus photo instead!
  2. Thanks ob. I do not use fb. Not in a hurry and not a big deal to me if i get a trade, just would be good if the ticket went to someone who will enjoy EGA.
  3. yes still available no offers so far at all.
  4. it's really impossible to tell unless you know for sure, in which case you don't need to tell, because you know for sure. i have x'd psycho0 with pc, and it threw out plants that looked similar to all of these. if you were told that most of them are super ped x psycho0 that's the most you will ever know and this cross could certainly account for all of the variations in those plants pictured. they're still nice tho.
  5. Cheers mate. Haha, it was 2007 & 2009 I went to, the first time unemployed with a girl I can remember and some peeps from SAB and the second time as a newly employer loner when my friend did a workshop on ayahuasca I think. I still can't separate the details clearly. I remember Dennis McKenna and Torsten sifting sand, and one time some one gave me a fruit salad plant. Definitely not 2011, that year I was in Peru spectacularly derailing my shamanic path although i wasn't certain of it at the time, hence the paradigm shift, lol.
  6. so the last outdoor EGA was 2009, not 2007? huh, I gained 2 years. still didn't hardly have a job! edit: so there was an outdoor ega in 2007 and 2009. I feel like i went to them both but i can't clearly remember, and if i only went to one which one, because i remember going to one when i didn't have a job and another when i had only just started my 'career' because i talked to some folks about it, which would be 2007 and 2009! That's bizarre. Never mind me i'm just talking to myself.
  7. tall and fat schickendanzii (sp?). That's a beaut one of the best i've seen and i've seen some whoppers out in the country. Good genetics get a cutting! Although might just be benefiting from leaning on the wall. I know I do.
  8. Cheers rahli, i'm a bit bummed about it but it could set some projects back a fair bit to take the time out. I didn't have priorities in 2007, I didn't hardly have a job, lol. You know we should really catch up anyway bro, i'm in the monsoon tropics as well, I make it to the capital every 4-6 weeks, will send you a PM next time i'm heading in.
  9. ^^ sold! you'll make your money back with offsets the way those ebay prices are going. call it 'true variegated shaman's fat dick'. this is not to make light of the legacy of a quality SAB member.
  10. Hi folks, Due to commitments at work it is getting less and less likely (next to impossible) I will make it to EGA, sad face. I have a student ticket, but i think you can upgrade it to adult at the gate or maybe beforehand? If you want it, make me an offer. I'm open to trades, cactus in particular but books, lumps of coal, or whatever. Can be money if that is all you have but i'd strongly prefer to trade. Does not need to equal the value of the ticket or even remotely close just something i'd be happy to have, did i say cactus in particular. You cover the postage to SA. If no one makes a good trade I will ceremonially burn the ticket on the summer solstice. I was really hoping to come because I was at the 2007 one a decade ago when I was a young(er) fella. My entire approach to life has changed in that period and it would have been an interesting test of my altered paradigm. Would also have been nice to meet some SABers! If you want the ticket send me a PM with your offer or dump it in here, whichever you prefer. Micro
  11. how much for this lol.
  12. i'm patenting a hyrbid fruit+pad opuntia ficus-indica combo, it's the next superfood. the other point i was making, is saguaro fruits have to be at the top of the list, delicious!
  13. Phytophthora is an interesting thought but unlikely in these circumstances. Apparently the canopy of palms is bangin' so I think excess shade and moisture + wrong plants is the answer. Yeah it's a dead dracaena, thanks heaps for the offer saylor but i think he'll go for a species more tolerant of wet soil. Those Zamioculcus are nice, I reckon he should go for something colourful like a mat of bromeliads, maybe some violas or something.
  14. interesting plant pp. this more or less confirms what I have been thinking for a while, that the plant I have with bright pink flowers (lots of photos on here) that grows to about 6ft is an echinopsis-trichocereus hybrid. the 'angularity' of the ribs and the spines are spot on. nice garden btw.