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Halcyon Daze

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About Halcyon Daze

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  1. Halcyon Daze

    Chasing Stenocereus.

    Hey all. I've been looking for stenos for ages, any kind at all, I don't mind. Cuttings or seed. I'll pay cash or trade. CHEERS!
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    Eileen cuttings or seeds

    Misplant seeds are not dirt-cheap but they are top shelf quality, super fresh, and he gives a good amount for your money. His customers are among the most satisfied in the game and you'd be glad you gave him a try.
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    Eileen cuttings or seeds

    You can only get seeds that come from an Eileen plant when the pollen has come from a different father plant, so technically the seeds will always be a hybrid. and therfore those seedlings are not an Eileen clone any more, they will be something like 'Eileen X SS02' which would still be very good or maybe better. Eileen X seeds are rare because Eileen is shy to flower. But one place you can get the seeds is at the misplant website. Just scroll down and look for the word eileen, or use the 'Find' tool for the word eileen. If you don't know what the 'find' tool is then let me know and I'll explain. here's the website https://misplant.net/
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    Cattle station buyback

    It's great news. Probably tied up in a few different projects and species and significant to their ongoing conservation. Looks like it provides connectivity between other conservation areas too. Maybe there's some secrets out there like the night parrot. I wouldn't be surprised.
  5. Halcyon Daze

    Post your track of the day

    ^ Nailed it This one's for you Cimi
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    Post your track of the day

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    Post your track of the day

  8. Halcyon Daze

    help id native nicotiana?!

    Actually, Nicotiana megalosiphon is your best bet based on the location.
  9. Halcyon Daze

    help id native nicotiana?!

    I've chewed excelsior, it's got kick, and is quite a nice ornamental, but harbors white-fly pretty bad in a lush setting. N. megalosiphon was my pick of the native ornamentals. Pretty common in South West QLD, but very pretty in a cactus garden.
  10. Halcyon Daze

    Pupping mid column

    Hey Micro, sorry, bit confused now... It was a Rosei#2 label according to your auction thread Is this the same one as your pic above? Anyway, it's an absolute fave and I've not cut it yet as I want to breed with it. I really hope for some blooms this year, I wanna cross it with my 'Halcyon Beast' if possible, I reckon they'd make a good pair. (Sorry to divert the thread)
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    help id native nicotiana?!

    You can resize pics in MS Paint. Just look for the 'resize' option. and save as a different file name. Is Hanrahan in QLD?
  12. Halcyon Daze

    Pupping mid column

    That's interesting I saw that happening on a big peruv in Traralgon, Victoria. Couldn't figure out what was happening. Like flowers reverting back to pups. Pretty weird to see. Not really a good thing either but maybe they are freaky in other ways too. Hey my Roseii-2 ( sister from the same seedbatch) is going hammer and tong mate. 3 big growing columns. It's an absolute ripper, and well worth what I paid for it. Couple other guys are begging for a cut. Can't wait to cross it with something huge.
  13. Halcyon Daze

    SAB discord

    Facebook sux. Noobs everyehere, claiming to be experts. So much wrong information and people only wanna believe what they want to. Pure chaos, and no in-depth discussions about anything. The SAB page on FB is OK but not as good as the real thing.
  14. Halcyon Daze

    Pupping mid column

    Some do it more than others. I love the tightly packed columns the best, right from the base. You can also achieve this via your pruning technique.
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    hoya australis rediscovered localy

    I've grown them from cuttings a couple times over the years. Awesome species of hoya. They are tough plants but don't over water them when young. Their soil needs to be free draining and loamy. I'd say African violet mix could be pretty good for them. Actually start with African violet mix and add a couple hand fulls of regular crusher dust, and a couple handfulls of coconut coir chunks and you'll have a ripper hoya Australis mix.
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