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Author:  Merrick [ Nov 27th, '11, 20:53 ]
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Wow Didnt see this....

i have -
pinapple sage (can take cuttings after flowering)
lemon balm
lemon geranium
lambs ears
sage
big comfrey
ummmmm
fennel
cameron fruit or pepinos
calendula (tat i might have seed from too)

most things are of decent size to take cuttings from

i also have italian parsley, garlic chives about to go to seed

Author:  19brendan81 [ Mar 29th, '12, 08:24 ]
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I always have a large range of rare and heirloom chillis available from different species (annuum, baccatum, pubescens, chinense, eximium, chacoense and more). Lots of authentic regional varieties , including several varieties from vietnam, malaysia, india, sri lanka and many from South America.

I am always available to swap for anything edible or medicinal. PM for more info.

Brendan

Author:  Curnow [ Mar 9th, '14, 11:27 ]
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G'Day Gang,
Does anyone have or know where I can get hawthorn berry plants?
I think they are a medium size shrub.

Cheers
Curnow

Author:  faye [ Mar 9th, '14, 16:49 ]
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Do you mean Indian hawthorn which have a berry. Not sure they are edible though.

Author:  Curnow [ Mar 9th, '14, 20:40 ]
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This is the plant I am looking for :-)
[url]en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crataegus_monogyna[/url]

Cheers
Dennis

Author:  Curnow [ Mar 10th, '14, 08:34 ]
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Not sure why the link didn't work in last post but if you copy and paste into browser it will work.

Cheers
Dennis

Author:  gorotsuki69 [ Apr 19th, '15, 09:43 ]
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I have and can get Goji berry plants

Author:  BuiDoi [ Jun 29th, '15, 03:02 ]
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..
HOAN NGOC... ".. and god gave fruit to eat and plants to heal.."

http://www.enjoy-vietnam.com/herbal-tea-for-your-health/206-hoan-ngoc-tea.html

supposed to be a wonder plant.

I was given a cutting a time back and have been ripping it apart ever since, making a forest of cuttings in wicking pots.

We periodically raid the forest and dry the leaves and powder for inclusion in the daily protein shake..
Does it work... now that IS the 64000 dollar question ... but it's a simple addition to the other antioxidants that might stave off cancer etc..
..
PETER.. Sydney... ::

BTW.. I have heard of a number of cases of self cure, that you have to consider
Eg one.. a friend with biopsy proven Prostate cancer, who refused conventional treatment, because of it's almost guaranteed effect on his remaining life fun... and pureed asparagus spears each day and after six months had another biopsy.. and... "..no cancer detectable.."
We can only interpret what we hear, because no authority will Ever Tell us what the Pharma's don't want us to hear... :bootyshake: .

Author:  paradoxlost [ May 13th, '17, 02:31 ]
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Has anyone ever tried irish moss Chondrus crispus in aquaponics

Author:  Eastcoasttrout [ May 31st, '17, 08:32 ]
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Anyone from USA preferable east coast that has any extremely hot peppers ? Hot enough to make some pesky people think twice about stealing my peppers again?

Author:  Fabi├ín [ Sep 1st, '17, 18:39 ]
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I was wondering if you have tried giving your fish a medicinal cannabis or is there anyone ever tried this method OR is this even possible? I was reading some article that medicinal cannabis can also be used for your pets. Im just not quite sure. http://www.ilovegrowingmarijuana.com/carnival/

Author:  dstjohn99 [ Sep 2nd, '17, 03:46 ]
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I tried a few times, but it was really hard to keep it lit underwater. They couldn't seem to inhale properly either.
:bootyshake:

Author:  joblow [ Sep 2nd, '17, 05:08 ]
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:funny1: :laughing3:

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