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Offline bricole

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Re: Banisteriopsis muricata from AJ grow-log
« Reply #15 on: October 07, 2011, 02:59:20 PM »
Haa damned slugs !  >:(

Well, apart from this mysterious plant, i have three seedlings of the cielo variety. Black caapi seeds haven't germinated yet but they indeed have a different shape from the cielo.

The mysterious aya (that is labeled as "white" on the vendor's site) started very big and hairy in life and twice the size of any caapi seedling since it's first day. The leaves have a leathery look and aren't as supple as caapi's. The color is of a darker kind of green. Somewhat like chaliponga (as i remember it when i saw it in Peru)...

I don't have any red seeds...

We are realy lucky to have access to such fascinating amazonian plants, even if the identification is sometimes difficult...thank you AJ !
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Offline Zaka

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Re: Banisteriopsis muricata from AJ grow-log
« Reply #16 on: February 15, 2012, 12:56:33 PM »
Irie,
A big RESPECT to Bricole.
I am now in possession of his special vine.
I think it has already circum-navigated the globe!!!
Respect,
Z

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Re: Banisteriopsis muricata from AJ grow-log
« Reply #17 on: February 21, 2012, 04:21:16 AM »
 hi...
 these snaps are making closeness to the nature. Some of the seeds are so tiny. In India this may be more interesting as due to its different climate.
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