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  1. MountainGoat

    Im back in Oz

    Hi all, im back in Oz for a few months after getting stuck in south América for 3.5 years... who's still kicking around here?
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    Psychedelic Creatives

    nice one, I just made a submission... I'm keen to hear more about your initiative...
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    What to do with full variegated cutting?

    Grafts as normal, but keep the cover on for an extra week and keep out of sun for 3-4 weeks when it’s fully inflated... grafting varis has a much lower success rate then regular grafts. Or at least for me... I would use your biggest stocks. Also, i would graft the tip, and slab graft the rest...
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    Latua pubiflora - "Tree of Wizards"/"Socerers Tree"

    Boo, they’d had stock when I grabbed the link... They restock every season, so it’s a great way to know their seeds are fresh. Their jubaea seeds sell out fast each year, it’s a protected species so there’s extremely limited seeds....
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    Latua pubiflora - "Tree of Wizards"/"Socerers Tree"

    please do... the calafate is an amazing berry from patagonia, and the jubaea is a HUGE palm with tiny edible coconuts... highly recommend both. I'd line up and buy some berries and cocos from you if you get them going (i'm too far north to grow them)....
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    Latua pubiflora - "Tree of Wizards"/"Socerers Tree"

    I'm almost certain I've read of SAB mob in Tassie growing it... Hey @Enjaytee, if i was going to get seed, i'd be getting it from here... http://www.chileflora.com/Florachilena/PHP4181/drawitem.php?G_FG=0759&G_LANG=E&G_NF=Solanaceae There's also a few other epic plants from Chile that would be well worth growing if you've got the conditions... especially, Berberis microphylla (Calafate) and it would be pretty cool to have a Jubaea chilensis (Cocito) palm going... I should be over there around xmas, if I get down to Osorno I'll try to source some seed for the SAB gang...
  7. Sweet! Congrats @totemgoat! Pretty epic you've pressed to vinyl too!! I dig it, not my style of music but I can appreciate the intention and release for sure...
  8. MountainGoat

    Banisteriopsis caapi v. caupuri

    Booo, yeah the red is a tricky one to propagate and keep alive... Mine is just coming back, I’ll get cuttings for both of you this week...
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    Vanilla Trellis Idea

    yeah, swing me a pm....
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    I'll swing you a pm...
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    Check out what my neighbour has in her yard!

    I don't know what's good where you are. I use volcanic rock, locally (<50km) mined called quincan... Or I sieve out the fines from my local river sand...
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    Check out what my neighbour has in her yard!

    The skin damage is from humidity most likely, it happens a lot for me up in the tropics... Just a note, that maybe you know already but i feel drawn to share. If they are fresh cuttings, let them heal for at least a couple of weeks before putting them in soil to root. And when you do put them in soil, make sure it is bone dry for at least a month... It looks like your soil is wet and slow draining... If you use sand, make sure its gravel size...
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    wtb TBM long form

    Cool, next time i've got a bit for trade i'll post it here on SAB... Probably not this season though....
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    wtb TBM long form

    they're kinda similar, but i'd say it's pretty unlikely that it's long form. It looks like a big segment of short form. long form gets big, like up to a couple of feet+ and has very few aeroles... Far slower growing than short form in my experience...