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Hello, I was reading some posts in here and I think having a ethnobotanical garden would kick hella ass... I live in northeastern Oklahoma, so what plants would be best for this area? I Know I'll definatly want to grow Salvia D. and I'll throw shroom spores in it... I'll probably grow poppies, and catnip, for my kitty cat. I would like to know when to start this garden, what plants need sun, etc... anyone know any good websites that has info about these gardens? I'm also open to all your suggestions.
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Is this an indoor or outdoor garden? Will the plants be in the ground or in pots? Most ethnogenic plants are tropical, and require full sun, but can't tollerate cold weather, so they will have to be brought indoors in the winter. My garden for this summer had Morning Glories, several Phalaris grasses, Acorus Calimus, Salvia D., Several San Pedro and Peruvian Torch cacti, Hens and Chicks, several grape vines (for wine making), and of course, some good old MJ. All plants are potted and sat on my rooftop deck all summer, and are now inside keeping cozy warm while winter sets in (except for the Morning Glories and grape vines). You can learn everything you need to know about gardening at www.gardenweb.com
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