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Anadenanthera columbrina var Cebil in Salta

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Hi folks, here are some photos of A.columbrina var cebil from Argentina. In the next month I might make some seeds available as it would be a shame not to have some planted out there. Just need to sort through my stuff. I'll keep you posted. In the meantime, here is some eye-candy...

In the first photo, the plant with the pink flowers is Tabebuia impetignosa. If anyknow knows where to source this tree, please let me know as it is a beauty.

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Just need to sort through my stuff. I'll keep you posted. In the meantime, here is some eye-candy...

after that sort through some more photos, nice pics

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What an amazing find micromegas. It would have been a great experience walking through the enchanted forest wild harvesting vilca beans. Good to see you took a few photos and beans to share.

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Irie,

Nice photos.

Are the trees are close-by?

I have a Tabebuia sp. a yellow one with huge flowers, but it's never sent any seed pods!!

I have only been able to propergate it by root cuttings! A proceess that can take some time with a low rate of success...

There is one Tabebuia impetignosa on my island that I know of but no pods.

I do find seed pods on tabebuia serratifolia trees in the B.V.I.'s...........

I'll be up there next week...

Respect,

Z

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