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The Garden / Re: Baby Hemerocallis seedlings
« Last post by Wakinyan on Yesterday at 10:04:44 PM »
I never even heard of them up to now. THat last pic must be a graft

I have my top 7 of 8 Trichocereus seedling/clones, based on bite, that were planted here with my Hemerocallis seedlings. For what its worth, my top 7 of 8 Trichocereus seedlings are not anything spectacular at all as they don't exceed what can be commonly found. In a similar manner, I don't expect my Hemerocallis seedlings to be anything spectacular either.

You might then ask, why grow so many plants and cacti from seed if they are mostly all going to be less than or at best comparable to what is already out there?

The reason I grow from seed is not for the handful of specimens that are comparable to those specimens many of us already have.

 If I can get a single seedling out of a thousand that is truly spectacular compared to its siblings as well as other crosses... then I have found a worthy gem indeed.
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The Site / Re: No one posts anymore
« Last post by judih on May 20, 2018, 10:15:32 PM »
Sites like this were an invaluable resource for me and so... I continue to post in hopes that others will also find the time to do so.
and the inspiration ripples into the universe
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The Site / Re: No one posts anymore
« Last post by Wakinyan on May 20, 2018, 08:51:41 PM »
Sites like this were an invaluable resource for me and so... I continue to post in hopes that others will also find the time to do so.
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The Groove / Re: Truckee CA
« Last post by Wakinyan on May 20, 2018, 06:08:22 PM »
Wish I was out your way. Many good times to be had I am certain of it.


As it is, my youngest son just left out of California to pursue singing on the east coast.
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The Site / Re: No one posts anymore
« Last post by Fran on May 20, 2018, 02:53:48 PM »
No one post anymore because of fuckin social media crap .. people want shitty apps and social media, they are becoming far too lazy to come on a forum to have constructive discussion with proper argumentation. And because of stupid social media, everybody think he’s an expert on every subject. That’s so sad. I’m sad to see place like here drying or disappering as the Lycaeum ..  invaluable data are disappering in the web nowhere and stupid conversations on social medias are keep because of all the money they drain .. fuck them
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SpiritPlants Radio / Re: This Weekend on SpiritPlants Radio (May 2018)
« Last post by cenacle on May 20, 2018, 01:53:51 PM »
That JFK show features Jim Mars, who I think is a really good JFK assassination researcher.

And stoney, esp on 9/11, agree. Question for you: have you heard of Dr. Judy Wood? Her research on 9/11 is very interesting.
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The Site / Re: No one posts anymore
« Last post by cenacle on May 20, 2018, 01:49:55 PM »
hi guys--


sorry i missed this. i'm slack too mostly, just links to radio and Cenacle. i think one way to help me at least is check the "notify me of replies" button. did for this one :) it's how i saw stoney replied to radio thread this week.


here's a funny question for you: which forum can i learn about the wonderful art of cultivating mushrooms? real beginner type stuff.


peace,
raymond
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The Garden / Re: Baby Hemerocallis seedlings
« Last post by Stonehenge on May 19, 2018, 09:36:05 PM »
I never even heard of them up to now. THat last pic must be a graft
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SpiritPlants Radio / Re: This Weekend on SpiritPlants Radio (May 2018)
« Last post by Stonehenge on May 19, 2018, 09:34:21 PM »
The jfk hit was definitely an action by a group, not just the goofball oswald. Jack ruby was in on it too because oswald knew too much and was likely to blab. Then ruby got killed via cancer

What about 9-11? No way in hell all those buildings went down just from the planes hitting. #7 went into free fall and didn't even get hit by a plane
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Within's Within: Scenes from the Psychedelic Revolution
with DJ Soulard
Show #632
East Coast Time: Saturday 19 May 2018 at: US East Coast: 11am-2pm
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On this week's show:
 
* Featured New Rock Album: The Decemberists, *I'll Be Your Girl* (2018) . . . A very long-time favorite of this show, this Portland, Oregon indie folk-rock band returns with another carnivale of musical delights . . . their sounds merry & dark, twisted & novel . . . listening to them is like sinking into a sweet strange sea of musical myths . . .

* Featured Classic Rock Album: Van Morrison, *Astral Weeks* (1968) . . . There is a very good new book by Ryan H. Walsh about the Boston counterculture in 1968 which takes its title, & much of its inspiration, from this classic LP by the Irish bard . . . turns out that Van the Man was in Boston for much of the gestation of this great record . . . what's it like? Think perhaps of WB Yeats visiting Neil Young for a fruitful long afternoon & evening . . .

* Storybook Time*: Continuing Chapter 15 of *The Unconsoled* by Kasuo Ishiguro . . .

* Readings from *Many Musics*, *Bags End News*, & *Labyrinthine* . . .  & this week's featured artists are one final batch of those featured on "Casey's Top 40 with Casey Kasem," back on 04.May.1991 . . . been some nice nice spring days of late, when the air is perfectly poised between cool & warm . . . nothing to do but smile & walk on . . .

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