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Gilberto Merino at 2015-08-03T01:33:43+0000 37 people like this |
Microchilus tridax a beautiful jewelry orchid occur at 800 m. it is very particular by the red borders of the lea,f the lenght of plant reach 5 cm. - show more posts on this group
Donna Pay at 2015-08-03T02:38:33+0000 1 people like this |
Agave $60 - Merbein 3 large agave in planters. $60 each or the 3 for $150 - show more posts on this group
Di Hellyar at 2015-08-03T02:48:29+0000 3 people like this | 1 people comments
Old singer sewing machine. Great ornamental piece for the garden. $20 - show more posts on this group
Bruce Mcleod at 2015-08-03T03:12:48+0000 1 people like this |
2 matching ficus, pruned into ball shape. Over 10 years old. Planted into blue ceramic pots. $120 each. - show more posts on this group
Bryn Jones at 2015-08-02T10:15:30+0000 5 people like this | 1 people comments
Shut Your Trap A comparison for anyone interested in tissue culture. On the left is a Venus flytrap grown from one single seed that is 5 months old. On the right is a pot with lots of Venus flytrap seeds that are also 5 months old. Pretty amazing difference in growth and pretty cool to see side by side. Enjoy :) He - show more posts on this group
Peter Shmaefsky at 2015-08-03T04:25:29+0000 16 people like this |
Almost done with a clients waterfall tank. So much fun to make! - show more posts on this group
Gabrielle White at 2015-08-03T02:39:05+0000 | 1 people comments
Does anyone have an incubator a friend can borrow to hatch a very special chicken egg? Does anyone have a plug and attachment to an angle grinder to innoculate shiitakes? Peace n love and barter - show more posts on this group
Rob Wolfe at 2015-08-03T01:02:55+0000 4 people like this | 2 people comments
Seeking ID help for this opposite-leaved plant which looks to be in the carnation family (Caryophyllaceae). It appears to have fused sepals that are devoid of hairs. Growing in central NH near a sandy compost dump with staghorn sumac, Rumex sp., dandelion, Chenopodium sp., Toxicondendron rydbergii, Matricaria discoid - show more posts on this group
Gina Erickson at 2015-08-03T01:46:21+0000 7 people like this |
Woodland Foraging Witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) is a fascinating tree with a long history of medicinal use in Europe and in this country. Primarily it is the leaves and bark that are used. The plant extract (leaves and bark soaked in hot water) produces an astringent that can be used to help heal skin sores, acne, - show more posts on this group
Hope Vaughn at 2015-08-03T06:30:18+0000 |
Affnan's Aquaponics: Dayak Onion http://www.affnanaquaponics.com/2015/08/dayak-onion.html?m=1 Interesting read.... - show more posts on this group

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