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OfflineLizard King
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Local Jimson weed(pics)
    #434655 - 10/23/01 10:50 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

I found a few D. stramonium plant up in the N. Ga mountains earlier this spring but didn't have my camera with, they were in full bloom and just beatiful as ever on a cool spring mountain morning :) I really wish I had my camera with. Anyways, me and my father are starting our own buisness and the land we are buying(300ac) has a river running through it(the yellow river for you GA'ers) I was walking the banks fishing for catfish in the deep pools when I noticed I was surrounded by Datura, D. stramonium to be specific. I looked around and as far as I could see down the bank for hundreds of yards were tall healthy datura plants full of pods :) There has to be atleast 400-500 plants just in the small clearing I found, I'm sure there are plenty more in the surrounding area. Needless to say I picked a few for the hell of it, its not something I would ever consider ingesting, but I am an entheogen nut, and I collect every entheogen I can, even the deadly ones :)


Anyways, here are a few pics I thought I'd share...


Next few pics are of the unripe green pods of D. stramonium.





This is a plant that I pulled by its roots, striped and saved its leaves, and hung upside down to dry in the garage for later seed collection.







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Re: Local Jimson weed(pics) [Re: Lizard King]
    #434669 - 10/23/01 11:00 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Is there nothing that dosent grow down there in Georgia? hehe


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Re: Local Jimson weed(pics) [Re: Jammer]
    #434692 - 10/23/01 11:15 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

:)

Well, when your out in the woods as much as I am, you find all kinds of shit ya know. Thats what I've always said about hunting anything, you do your research and put in your hours searching, it will pay off eventually! Sometimes it seems the entheogens find me, but really I just spend alot of time outdoors and get lucky alot :)

LK,


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Re: Local Jimson weed(pics) [Re: Jammer]
    #435211 - 10/24/01 01:08 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Look around next spring- I found A whole field of wild cannabis there- it was the most beutiful thing i've iver seen- right next to yellow river(i only live bout 5 miles away from the yellow river).


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Re: Local Jimson weed(pics) [Re: rommstein2001]
    #435357 - 10/24/01 03:25 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

hey room. you sure it was wild? you probably stumbled across some ones guerilla grow plot. did you go back to harvest it or what? that is a serious find... i have found about 20 different pot plants in my time... not wild though...


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Re: Local Jimson weed(pics) [Re: strang]
    #436409 - 10/25/01 01:09 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

no, im almost sure it was hemp- it was all 100% sativa-thats 4 sure. i didn't harvest it though


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Re: Local Jimson weed(pics) [Re: rommstein2001]
    #439190 - 10/28/01 12:00 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

she looks mad... watch out


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Re: Local Jimson weed(pics) [Re: Lizard King]
    #439601 - 10/28/01 08:54 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Wow man, pretty cool find.

Does the datura look more like a plant or a small tree? I've seen 2 plants, one near my house and one up in Gainesville. Both have the crazy ass huge yellow/white trumpet looking flowers but look very tree like to me. The one in Gainesville was about 5 or 6 feet tall and aboutn 10 feet wide, very impressive. I was thinking they were Brugmansia, but isn't it too cold around here for them to grow outdoors?

Just out of curiosity... What part of the Yellow River is that property on? I used to live in Lawernceville(right by the landfill off of 29) and the Yellow River went right though my backyard. Did you actualy catch any catfish back there? From what I remember the yellow river was like a nasty flowing cesspool, we always saw these big ass floating rafts of orange bubbles going down the river. Nasty. The only life I saw in that river were the cottonmouths.

One last question: do you have any ideas on how to germinate datura seeds? The ones you gave me just turn black and soggy when I tried to germinate them.

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Re: Local Jimson weed(pics) [Re: Gumby]
    #440514 - 10/29/01 11:58 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

I don't actually eat the fish I catch in the yellow river, I just like catching them. It is a rather dirty river. The part where I found this datura field is in Lithonia off from 124.

I'm not sure how to germinate those seeds, never tried? If you run out of seeds trying though, I have plenty more :)


Datura is defintely a plant, most the plants I find are 3 foot tall or so, and about the same in width. There is brumansia in GA, just not naturally, but lots of folks grow them around here. My neighbor has one, calls it a trumpet tree :)

LK,


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