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How long for scop flowers to develope? I've had these tiny little fluff balls for forever now that are so slow in developing into flowers. I'd say they've been there for 8mths, maybe there aborted? I'm talking about my massive spineless scop

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how long has it been growing on its own roots??

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Maybe it started to focus on root growth etc when u started looking after it and put flower production on hold?? im sure it will flower in its own time

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My thoughts as well. Disturbance to the root ball will set back the flowering process. I'm guessing those flower buds were aborted if they've been chilling for that long.

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i reckon the flowers wont abort but stagnate and resume when conditions are right. Surely the plant will put energy back into a nearly completed flower structure than create new ones

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Yeah you're right. I've had flower buds abort when I've repotted, but they fell off after awhile. Since your scop's have been there for that many months they're probably just stalled.

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How long for scop flowers to develope? I've had these tiny little fluff balls for forever now that are so slow in developing into flowers. I'd say they've been there for 8mths, maybe there aborted?

pc fuzzballs can take up to 2 full yrs to mature into a flower. The same holds true with my huanucoensis.

Your buds are good to go as long as they remain 'firm to the plant' when touched.

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LC scop x scop

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BB x TE

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Let's see some updates boys

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Let's see some updates boys

I received these on 12-1-15 as lil tiny seedlings from mysubtleascension in his give-away post.

http://www.shaman-australis.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=40272&p=519754

Not clearly shown is one plant with one branch and another plant with two branches

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the next two are the biggest of 8-10 that I grew from Master B's scopXscop seeds, sown on 3-10-15.......

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One of my lc scop seedlings dropping ribs and then terminating. Might get a weird sausage plant out of it. 

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an update pn the last two pics posted on april 8 above....  this pic was taken on 6-25-16

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sure looks to be going spineless to me....

 


 

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They are looking awesome mate!

I really cant believe how big youve got them so quickly, you sure do know your stuff!

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LC scop x scop:

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bb scop x eileen:

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bb scop x eileen /second seedling grafted/

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Very nice job as always mysubtleascention!! 

They are stunners! 

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2 hours ago, Master B said:

Very nice job as always mysubtleascention!! 

They are stunners! 

did you have anything to do with the bb scop x eileen creation Master @Master B??

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Spot on benno:wink:

I made that cross the year before last. 

Eileen pollen was donated by mushroom man.

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2 hours ago, Master B said:

Spot on benno:wink:

I made that cross the year before last. 

Eileen pollen was donated by mushroom man.

Well done!! Very exciting there are some Eileen hybrids starting to happen- did anything pollenate MM's Eileen flowers?

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Well done!! Very exciting there are some Eileen hybrids starting to happen- did anything pollenate MM's Eileen flowers?

I'd have to dig thru my old PM's but I sorta remember MM telling me his eileen flowers didnt take whatever it was he used on them..

 

and many thanks to Master b, I've a nice collection of scop x eileen seedlings.  the pot in the middle seems to be  showing mostly eileen characteristics so far.... :)

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Koehres scop.... My arse! ( still looks like they are going to be a nice plant anyway so not a total loss)

I was completely disappointed with Koehres all together 90% of what i purchased didnt germinate and  what did wasnt right. 

Never Again!!!! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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@mysubtleascention

On Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 4:26 PM, mysubtleascention said:

embracer -

youth  

.. warm night

 

hands !

 

 

 

 

 

 I love how your eclectic posts revolve around a good old hand shandy (going the old hahn solo on darth vaders head for you non ozzy speakers):wink::wink:

Good form!!!

 

 

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WOW Scop x bridgesii look AMAZING I might have to buy some more zelly seeds and store them until I am willing to sow seeds again.

 

So here are some ' Koehres scop'. I'm with Master B... NEVER again I bought 4k seeds of that 'scop'. I did get high germ rate near 90% however they are NOTHING close to scop.

 

My graft died but I did keep these seedlings growing in a pot. Very upset with this purchase thankfully was able to get some lc scop x scop and have 1 in the ground now.

 

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