Skunks Random Horticulture Thread

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  1. SkunK

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    Acacia:
    Finally in the game with some Acacia species. Have two and would love to add more to the collection when in have the tone this winter. For now I have seedlings of Simplex & Acuminata.
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    Acacia Acuminata:
    Have 3 seedlings growing so hopefully I'll have a nice specimen or two by next spring to add to our yard patios.
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    Acacia Simplex
    -Have one seedling and some more beans soaking... hoping to have a couple for the patios for next spring.
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  3. SkunK

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    Psychotria- 'Viridis, Nexus, Alba & Carthagenensis'
    Naturally Grown:
    -This lot is all Naturally Grown, either behind Windows or outdoors weather permitting. I have a couple more Of each being grown in bedroom windows but the family is sleeping so I'll have to update at a later time.
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    (Viridis, Alba, Carthagenensis & Nexus)
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    Artificially Grown:
    -I have a Couple more growing under lights but the lights are off so I'll have to update at a later time.

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    Banisteriopsis Caapi - 'Ourinhos, Tucunaca & Caupuri':
    Naturally Grown (Windows/Outdoor)
    -These are grown naturally in windows and or Outdoors when weather permits. The plant on the far right got neglected and missed during my feeding/watering adventures, sometimes this happens when tending a few hundred plants it's a shame but I hope with a humidity dome and some TLC I'll get her back in tip-top Shape.
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    (FRESH SEEDLINGS)
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    ARTIFICIALLY GROWN:
    I have a couple more plants mostly Viridis's growing under lights but it's lights off so will have to update those at a later time.
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    Erythroxylum Novogranatense:
    Some will sit on Spagnum Moss and others will be potted up in a seed sowing/heated humidity dome and others will be be sown my Vegging Closet Inna humidity dome. I started some of these August 24th (Heated dome)and another 2 pots August 26th(Vegging Room)
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    Phalaris Brachystachys 'Short Spike Canary Grass'
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    Angel Trumpet
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    Acmella Oleracea
    'TOOTHACHE PLANT'
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    Argyreia Nervosa
    'Hawaiian Baby WoodRose'
    -sowed these seeds on August 16th and have 4 seeds sprouting out of 6 sown.
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    RIVA CORYMBOSA & MORNING GLORY'S
    Indoor: 'R Corymbosa'
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    Outdoor/Indoor (Winter)
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    Erythroxylum Novogranatense:

    Well September 4th 3 E.Navo seeds that sprouted were potted up on 100% Vermiculite. Labeled 1-3

    This one #1 was the quickest to begin virtical growth, and was standing erect by September 10th. I frequently dabbed saliva on the seed cost, and by September 15th I noticed the seedling beginning to emerge from the seed coat. And low and behold this evening September 18th I noticed my first E.Navo seedling standing erect in my seed sowing dome. This skunk is super excited for this one.
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    SAN PEDRO:
    August 1st 2016 I cut the tips off my two San Pedros. Both Cuttings are rooted and potted up already
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    just recently my two bases have pupped up. It took about a month and 18 days but have one pup on each cut base. I was hoping for more pups on each base but have to settle for the two I got so far and hope more develop I'm time.
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    Some pretty Angel Trumpet Blooms
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    HAWAIIAN BABY WOOD ROSE
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    -August 22nd I had 3 plants sprout. These are being growin in a window sill using natural lighting for about 28 days.

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    SALVIA DIVINORUM
    -This cutting has been with me for 50 days. Had a 2 week acclimation period where I slowly introduced it to my growing conotions so been growing for about 36 days and shes really begun putting out new growth.

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    And here is a picture of it currently
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    Erythroxylum Novogranatense var. Novogranatense
    Been growing this plant for about 7months she's about 6 1/2 Inches tall. And doing really well. Has adjusted amazingly to growing outdoors. And since switching to rain water I've noticed some huge difference in growth.

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    Hawaiian Baby Woodrose
    Been growing this one for about 7 months as well. She's strictly an indoor plant. I had 2 others outdoors and they aren't doing very well here in zone 4b. Also have 2 seedlings that just sprouted. 20170617_021444.jpg 20170617_021456.jpg

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    Skunks Psychotia Garden :

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    Skunks Salvia Divinorum:

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    Well my last attempt at growing Salvia Divinorum was bitter sweet. I had great success rooting clones and growing but when we had the baby I neglected them and was away for too long and they suffered a dry spell and perished.

    Well this morning I meet a friend who gifted me a lovely cutting I turned into 4 separate plants. Possibly 4. We shall see in a few weeks. Currantly I'm rooting then in straight sphagnum moss tucked inside a Rubbermaid container converted into a mini greenhouse. 2-3 weeks I should see some Noticable growth and hopefully some nice specimines to move forward with.

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    that was fast good for you good luck rooting. cyanazure.
     
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    Stopped by while headed out to radium to get those potted up and into a humidity dome. I'll be headed back tomorrow afternoon as i have to work next week unfortunately. Such is life.

    Thanks for the kind gifts!