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Hi, 

Haven't been very active on here myself but I'm just wondering if there's many New Zealanders on the forum at the moment and if anyone's keen for some trades. Got a fair amount of trich seeds, seedlings and maybe some cuts available. Keen to find a couple of things too. Pm me or comment below.

Cheers :)

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Hey @bogfrog I'm on a bit at the moment, what are you after?
I haven't got much cacti seed but a fair few other things.
Not after anymore cacti seed ATM, would love fresh datura if you had it, mine are a bit old.

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No datura but I've got a few rooted

double white brug cuttings if you're keen.

Will pm ya :)

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Hey man I'm from new Zealand I have some seeds to trade and seeds to come off this year's flowers.

And a heap of seedlings 

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Hey, great to see more kiwis around! What sort of things have you got growing? Pm me if you'd prefer 

 

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Kia ora 

Have more than a dozen Tricho hybrids to trade as seed.
Also as seed: Silene, Datura, Sceletium, Acacia, Nicotiana etc
Fresh Brugmansia sanguinea & Datura wrightii soon


Plenty of live plants and cuttings of cacti too.

PM to trade :)

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Brug sanguinea seed - rad!! Been many years in the making to get this hasn't it?

is it the red variety?

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Hi all,

I've just harvested some Incarvillea Sinensis seeds if anyone would like some.

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Brug sanguinea seed - rad!! Been many years in the making to get this hasn't it?

is it the red variety?

 

Yup the red and yellow.

All the sanguinea trees I have seen have had plenty of flowers but no fruit.
I planted one tree that I was given a few years ago and it had a fruit last year that I assumed was due to pollination from a nearby tree.

This year it has multiple fruit and I wonder now if it is self fertile as I haven't seen any other trees in bloom nearby but who knows.

 

 

 

Hi all,

I've just harvested some Incarvillea Sinensis seeds if anyone would like some.

 

PMd :)

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I've got heaps of Heimia Salicifolia seed this year. If anyone wants some let me know.

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Fresh Datura wrightii seed
Brugmansia sanguinea seed still a while away

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good to see a nz post inaction :) ( home sick )

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Hi obsidianjaguar, there's at least 3 planty people based in Auckland I know of.. Not sure how often they're online here but with any luck you'll find them eventually :)

Also.. Plants can be posted nationwide, if you're ever after some trichs pm me.

 

Hi oatis :) it's getting mighty cold here you can take solace in that haha

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Hey everyone, just thought I know this post is old but thought I'd introduce myself. I'm North Island based and have had a big love for all things ethnobotanical for the past 10 years or so. Always on the hunt for novel seeds/seedlings/dried plant matter etc. Some things that I could possibly part with for the right trade could be H. salicifolia, I. violacea, A. colubrina, C. zacatechichi.... Maybe others. Also interested in buying/trading topical books etc. PM me! :)

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pm'd you cobvlog :)

 

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Hi folks another kiwi signing in....

Ive spent mamy years in aussie but im back now. Way down in the deep south so im not too sure what would grow here......

Anyway  Hi!

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