Mimosa hostilis seeds Options
#1 Posted : 11/8/2020 11:30:32 AM
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Hi everyone, i'm not sure if i'm making a common question here so if i am i'm sorry.
How can i get mimosa hostilis seeds in europe? Every time i search for seeds anywhere including amazon all i see are listings for mimosa pudica. Not knowing if that is safe i wanted to ask here where to get them and what is the best plant to harvest in the shortest time. I'm not in a hurry, i have root bark and made dmt in the past with a friend, i just wanted to have some plants so that in the future i can harvest, i like plants.


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#2 Posted : 11/19/2020 11:35:07 AM

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Hey droidman85,
It's been a while since the post, so whether you found the subforum or not, I will share for visibility: Sustainable plant and seed suppliers

I don't know for this particular type of seed, but try:
- refining search parameters on that linked subforum
- use site: prefix (without spaces) on Google Search
- research the providers and compile a list with those who have the seed you want, choose eco friendly Smile;m=898004#post898004 this thread describes an attempt to grow them, it can be hard depending on your Köppen–Geiger climate type.
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#3 Posted : 11/19/2020 11:57:17 AM

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Hi droidman85,

This is from a german seed bank. You also find this supplier in the sustainable suppliers section - putting them there was the first thing i did when i became a full member Smile
#4 Posted : 11/19/2020 7:08:49 PM

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You may also want to look at some of the Acacias. There are species among them that will be better suited to growing in Europe, unless perhaps you live in southern Spain.
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