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A few questions on plants...
    #2738201 - 05/27/04 08:53 PM (13 years, 9 months ago)


    I needed some info on a few plants. I was thinking of getting a caapi. How much attention do they require. Also I was thinking of getting a mimosa hostilis but I can't find one does anyone know where I could go about getting one? If there are anyother plants similiar to this that I should get let me know. Also I found one form of mimosa where I live well two but one is a huge tree with pink fluffballs for lack of a better word I'm just trying to identify it. Thanks for all the Help! Leave me suggestions for similar things to grow.

  Oh yeah I got the cacti market cornered HA HA HA!!!! :gd_icon: :wexican: :devil:

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Re: A few questions on plants... [Re: NikolaiMcGreggor]
    #2738548 - 05/27/04 10:13 PM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Well it depends on how the caapi is use to being grown. I have had one for years and i kept it inside for the longest time. Then i put it under a 400hps. after the caapi got used to it i put it outside. It is now in full sun and loves it. When i first got it , it might have died outside in full sun. I just water it when it looks dry and its doing great.  I dont know of where to get a mimosa hostilis tree but i have fresh viable seed from brazil for trade. :smile: I also have mimosa scabrella seed  which has been used the same as hostilis. I have a good different types of seeds and plants that can serve the same purpose.
The pink mimosa tree you speak of , it actually isnt a mimosa. I forget the name albizia or something.  we have them all over the place here. I think it is used in china as a mood enhancer or something of the similar. Dont quote me on that though. :smile:

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