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Pics of my plants - San Pedro's, Bolivian Torch, and Mimosa Hostilis - HELP with black spot on c Options
 
ChristianMeteor
#1 Posted : 6/9/2021 8:23:30 PM

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Hello my fellow psychonauts,

I've included some pictures of my psychedelic garden in this post. I bought the san pedro back in 2016 and after cloning, have two new cuttings. I did have a question, if anyone knows what the little black bubble is on the top of my san pedro. I've never seen something like it before, and I'm wondering if I should top it.

There's also some pictures of my bolivian torch cacti grown from seed, as well as a one year old mimosa hostilis plant grown from seed with the fire scarification method.
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#2 Posted : 6/9/2021 8:32:03 PM

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Very very beautiful and inspiring. Thank you for sharing!

My San Pedro has one of those black spots at the top as well. A new arm grew out of it! Maybe the same will happen for yoursSmile

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#3 Posted : 6/10/2021 4:37:35 AM

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That is excellent news, and I am glad that you enjoyed. I have many more botanicals to share at a future date
 
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#4 Posted : 6/10/2021 4:18:22 PM

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ChristianMeteor wrote:
That is excellent news, and I am glad that you enjoyed. I have many more botanicals to share at a future date


Please do. I love see other individual's plants. You may also enjoy this thread by ShamanisticVibes and all of their plant projects.

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#5 Posted : 6/12/2021 10:04:28 PM

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The two cacti in the first picture look like they could really do with a bit more light. Put them outside if it's warm enough.

Have a look at some pictures of San Pedro cacti in their native habitat for some inspiration.
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