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OfflineChemical_Bliss
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Is this M. Hostilis? Plus a couple E. Coca pics.
    #4503535 - 08/06/05 12:41 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

This plant was grown from seeds purchased from Shamans Palace. I dont doubt that SP truly believes they are but my gut instinct is telling me they arent. In any event it is a beautiful plant and very easy to grow.



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And here a few pics of some E. Coca seedlings. I had a couple larger plants but I kept them outside and lost them in bad storm we had...the biggest was about 7 inches.








Please...no PMs asking where to get seeds...I dont have any left and am not sure I can get more. If I do you guys will be the first to know.


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Re: Is this M. Hostilis? Plus a couple E. Coca pics. [Re: Chemical_Bliss]
    #4503613 - 08/06/05 01:15 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

It, the top photo is definately a mimosa species but there are hundreds if not thousands of those species. It looks different from my m hostilises, the branching looks a little different and the amount of spines on the stalk look different. My m hostilis' branches grow more up and less to the side. It's impossible to say for sure from the photo. Do the leaves fold up from a light touch? That would be m pudica. How large were the seeds? They should be less than 1/8" across


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Re: Is this M. Hostilis? Plus a couple E. Coca pics. [Re: Stonehenge]
    #4504840 - 08/06/05 10:06 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

I have a few M Pudicas, that dont look anything lkike this, which I purchased from Burpee seeds (so I`m positive of the id on those) but this one also is slightly touch sensitive, is there any other species of mimosa that are touch sensitive? Also the seeds look very much like Desmanthus Ill. only lighter in color, actually they look identical...could it maybe be a desmanthus species?

And you wouldnt happen to have any ture mimosa H. seeds for trade would you?


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Re: Is this M. Hostilis? Plus a couple E. Coca pics. [Re: Chemical_Bliss]
    #4506931 - 08/07/05 02:50 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

I do happen to have a few m hostilis seeds for trade. I've got tons of things for trade, just ask


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