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  2. If you would like 5 fresh n heavy P. subaeruginosa prints please donate $20 to the forum and post the screenshot of the donation below Block out any personal info on the screenshot so the filth dont know who you are. - Australia only - these prints are for microscopy - Prints are on foil and are sent well packed with some trichocereus seeds as a bonus - No tracking, check out my trade rep to see alls good - If you just want 1 print then give the other 4 prints away - Once you have paid the $20 to the forum and posted the screenshot (minus any personal info) then please send me a message with the address youd like the prints n seeds sent to. - $20 isnt much so if you donate more then i will send you some extra gifts also.
  3. andros88

    What did you do in your sacred garden today?

    Very nice! I'm doing bulk acacia too, namely: simplex, acuminata, neurophylla & victoriae, and other fabacaeae-type plants: d leptolobus & illinoensis (still haven't got the growing requirements quite right for them yet). Have been interested in trying dwarf fruiting varieties for a while now like mulberry & raspberry. Might give them a go this time round.
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  5. ph7

    What did you do in your sacred garden today?

    Well I started early since it has been so mild in QLD. Sowed/planted out some ethnos and edibles: Heavenly blue morning glory Heliotrope cherry pie Marigold anise Mimosa pudica Purple hyacinth beans Dwarf pineapple Dwarf red mulberry Atherton raspberry Naranjilla Sweet sandpaper fig 20+ Tricho hybrids Mexican tarragon Sugar dragon (dragonfruit) Lots more to come over the next few weeks, will try to get some pics! Cheers
  6. Glaukus

    What did you do in your sacred garden today?

    Apart from veges, I'm doing bulk Acacia. Acuminata, burkittii, courtii. Also going heavy on ornamentals. Sowed a lot of lupins, asters, sunflowers, zinnias, echinacea, catnip, poppies etc. What I'm NOT sowing: any more trichos! At least for a while!
  7. Glaukus

    Burning Brugmansia

    Chuck it in the compost
  8. ZooL

    Burning Brugmansia

    Yea, i'm thinking i might just take if off the pile and get rid of it some other way just to be safe. Thanks.
  9. Glaukus

    Burning Brugmansia

    Ok, that's probably a decent amount then. I dunno, maybe wait until the wind is blowing away from the sheep? I still don't think it would be a problem, but I'd hate to give you bad advice.
  10. ZooL

    Burning Brugmansia

    Is the majority of 2 plants about 1.5x1.5m
  11. andros88

    What did you do in your sacred garden today?

    Whats everyone planting this spring? I'm curious & open to ideas
  12. Glaukus

    Burning Brugmansia

    How much brug cuttings are you talking about here? I wouldn't think it would be a problem unless there's a very large amount.
  13. andros88

    Desmanthus Leptolobus on the balcony

    This is going to be my second season trying to keep d. leptolobus & d. illinoensis alive. From my experience, they germinate readily and grow to a lush 3-inch seedling but then start to die off. I only have 6 seeds left of d. leptolobus so really want to get this right this time! Will follow the advice provided above this time round, but does anyone have additional "tricks & secrets" to keeping them alive? For instance: 1. Acacias get stronger when exposed to extremely bright sunlight and I'm wondering whether the desmanthus family is like this also? I.e. during their first growing season they must be exposed to intense light to "carry them through" the winter? 2. Is native (Australian) potting mix suitable for this species (with low phosphorus)? Or do they grow best in regular potting mix? 3. Have heard rhizobium inoculant CB 3126 can be used specifically for desmanthus and wondering whether I need to use this too. Is anyone else attempting to grow desmanthus this Australian spring/summer?
  14. ZooL

    Burning Brugmansia

    Is there any risk adding Brugmansia prunings to a burn off pile? as in would the smoke be a risk if it wafts into a paddock with sheep?
  15. jahliveforever

    Psychotria alba seedling giveaway

    Id love some xperiment, bless
  16. spooge

    Looking for a sub print

    Howdy STW, if you want to donate $20 to the forum hosting costs, and then post a screen shot here, then pm me the addy youd like the prints sent to and i will send you some fresh sub prints for microscopy purposes only
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  18. Gimli

    wtb TBM long form

    Was that the 2 auctions on ebay a while back ? Wasn't true long form, 100%
  19. XavierDass

    wtb TBM long form

    Really?! Oof.
  20. save_the_whales

    Looking for a sub print

    Hey gang, long time but I'm looking for a sub print. I'm terrible at finding them in the wild and this season was no different! Any help much appreciated.
  21. irabionist

    Share your art

    Not mine, but a friend did some psychoactive plant drawings instagram.com/keneskae/
  22. Matt1208

    wtb TBM long form

    hope you’ve got some deep pockets, last piece I seen go was at $350
  23. XavierDass

    wtb TBM long form

    Been wanting to collect for ages. W.A
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  25. I enjoy the rants also. and agree, the "ending" was top notch (from 2). some parts of that trajectory sound remarkably similar/familiar. the dedication to dogmatic atheism is curious for a polyglot.
  26. ZefSide95

    Youtube vids

    “Gooney Abdog”
  27. Slocombe

    A.B.C.

    Bump. ABC seems to be making a resurgence.... but I can't justify the cost myself. Allegedly this is a stable improvement on the original. https://humboldtcsi.com/product/subterfuge-1/
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