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Invisibledr_gonz
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Stonehenges P. viridis seeds
    #3467234 - 12/08/04 10:28 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Does anyone have any pics of their p. viridis seeds that happen to be sprouted yet? I've had mine in soil for about 3 weeks, but nothing has popped yet.... I'm still waiting patiently :smile:


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: dr_gonz]
    #3467386 - 12/08/04 10:57 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

still got some time before worrying.


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: dr_gonz]
    #3467538 - 12/08/04 11:25 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Speaking of which, thanks be to stonehenge for seeds and seeds :smile: :thumbup:

I only just got mine. I haven't taken them from the bag even. How did you do it? Just planted to berries? took the seeds out of the berries and planted? Removed the seeds, dried, soaked in some concoction for initiating germination? What?


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: dr_gonz]
    #3467609 - 12/08/04 11:38 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

mine have taken 2-3 months.


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: recalcitrant]
    #3467634 - 12/08/04 11:43 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

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Speaking of which, thanks be to stonehenge for seeds and seeds :smile: :thumbup:

I only just got mine. I haven't taken them from the bag even. How did you do it? Just planted to berries? took the seeds out of the berries and planted? Removed the seeds, dried, soaked in some concoction for initiating germination? What?




I rinsed out of the berries. Then planted into shallow soil.


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: dr_gonz]
    #3467842 - 12/09/04 12:24 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

No pics, but a few of mine have sprouted. I took the seeds out of the berries. I soaked in warm water for an hour before planting. I covered the pot with plastic, and used a seedling heating mat. I have 3 sprouts out of 5 seeds that I planted, and its been roughly a month since they were planted. When I get my camera back from my sister, I'll post a couple pics of them.


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: Lifenergy]
    #3467872 - 12/09/04 12:29 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Awesome man. Mine are on top of the fridge, and are covered with a plastic dome. I think I'll have a few seedlings soon enough!

Can't wait to see your pics bro..

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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: dr_gonz]
    #3467993 - 12/09/04 12:47 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

soem gabbarelic acid might help??


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: the man]
    #3469858 - 12/09/04 12:15 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

drgonz, it does take a little patience. Most seeds of other plants sprout after a few days to a couple weeks some plant seeds take a lot longer. P viridis is one of those, it can take up to 6 months sometimes but most of them will come up within 2 - 3 months and a few will come up in less than a month. I heard gibberellic acid can help but I don't usually use it. Here is an old post I made a while back with germination and growing instructions.

This is not meant to be the definative tec on growing these plants, just a few basics to get you started. BTW, the berries I sent out may have been slightly squashed in the mail but they will germ just fine. The seeds inside are very tough and do not break easily.

First, start with fresh seeds or berries, old seeds are no good. I usually soak them in some peroxide for a few minutes to kill off any mold but that's not really vital. Put the berry or seeds into the soil about 1/4" down. I usually use a small pot with potting soil. You need to keep them moist until they come up so plastic wrap over the top is good. It will take from 1 week to a couple months before they start coming up. A few may take longer than that.

When you have your sprouts come up the next step is to grow them. They like bright light but not direct sunlight. Direct sun won't kill them but they do better with indirect sun or shade. They grow well indoors. They can be killed by freezing so take them in when it gets cold. They like frequent watering but don't keep the soil wet all the time. Let it dry out before watering again. If you see the leaves drooping, you let them go too long. For ferts you can use a number of things. I use peter's 20 20 20 and it works fine. You can tell by the color of the leaves if they need ferts. A nice deep green means they are fine. Yellowing, particularly on a lot of leaves means they likely need ferts. There are other things that could cause yellowing. They like a ph of around 5 but can be happy with 4 to 7. Top them and they put out new branches. As they get bigger, repot them into larger containers. They will tend to put out new shoots from the base as they get bigger. Cuttings root easily.

They are forgiving if you should take off some leaves but don't strip them bare if you want to keep growing them. Taking all the leaves will shock the plant and slow growth by a lot. You can shear a sheep many times but you can skin him only once. Store the leaves you take in a dark place after you've dried them. Oh, and they do contain dmt, which makes them interesting. There are extraction tecs on this site and elsewhere. To bioassay the leaves in a tea you will need a maoi. Syrian rue works fine, caapi vine, harmala or other sources. I happen to have all those things for trade if you can't find them elsewhere. My bushes are still bearing and I will have some fresh berries to trade for the next couple weeks or so.


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: Stonehenge]
    #3470348 - 12/09/04 02:02 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

good post stonehenge!  :thumbup:


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: runnerup]
    #3535573 - 12/23/04 01:28 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Bump for those who are growing it


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: Stonehenge]
    #3535636 - 12/23/04 01:38 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

besides the long germinating time, is chacruna a hard plant to grow? for years i've always wanted to grow some. anyone have any input or quite possibly any seeds they'd be willing to offer? photos anyone?

thanks guys :smile:


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: Stonehenge]
    #3535646 - 12/23/04 01:41 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

awesome... any suggestions on how deep the pot i plant them in should be??? and how far apart from each other?

what would you like for some caapi?


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: Jim]
    #3536034 - 12/23/04 03:34 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

5 weeks, and nothing, but alas, I refuse to give up on them! :smile:


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: dr_gonz]
    #3536287 - 12/23/04 04:45 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

No sprouts yet for me from the seeds, but I have a few plantlets from the leaves he sent. :grin: Thanks Stoney!


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: Maverik]
    #3537992 - 12/24/04 02:34 AM (12 years, 6 months ago)

*bump

got mine planted today.


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: Jim]
    #3539137 - 12/24/04 02:00 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Like I said on page one, they go about 1/4" down, keep moist and wait a few months. I've heard of them taking up to 6 months to sprout so never give up. Be sure to keep them moist bacause even inside a baggie they will dry out over time. After they come up they are fairly easy to grow.


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: dr_gonz]
    #3539792 - 12/24/04 06:01 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

mine still havent sprouted.


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: Clavicep]
    #3566543 - 12/31/04 09:40 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

My first sprout popped today :smile:


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Re: Stonehenges P. viridis seeds [Re: dr_gonz]
    #3566591 - 12/31/04 10:00 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

I have mine in an empty ammo box. 8 in there, spaced apart. Covered with a clear layer of seran wrap. I have been misting the soil diligently. No sprouts yet, but there is magic brewing, I can feel it.


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