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Kinghorn
#1 Posted : 1/12/2019 3:59:49 AM

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Hey, I'm not a new member but just wanted to put up some pics of my new medicine patch. Hope you all like them.
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Kinghorn
#2 Posted : 1/12/2019 5:16:42 AM

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Tor was playing up and i had to do the post in pieces. From the top they are 1 & 2-Accuminata (narrow phyllode) #2 had half of his tap root snapped off during transplant (thought i was going to loose him but he is a fighter) 3-Accuminata and some penninervis 4-Penninervis with a Gynura Procumbens cutting in the background 5-Mugwort with some mint and a rainbow silverbeet 6-My Procumbens patch to get my mother off insulin 7-Family Photo 8-Mountain devil 9-Face cream/heal all ointment made with procumbens and aloe extract using coconut cream as the solvent. Still waiting on my Syrian Rue, Blue Lotus and Jaiogulan seeds to pop. A few other plants in the group photo are Cancer Radium Weed, Black Psyllium, Catnip, Black Goji Berry, White Yarrow, Sweedwell and Heal All
 
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#3 Posted : 1/12/2019 5:06:39 PM

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Love it! I grow plants too.
 
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#4 Posted : 1/12/2019 5:18:57 PM

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Awesome work friend! Wish your plants grow big and healthy Smile

Keep posting progression pics over the months so we can see how things change !
 
Kinghorn
#5 Posted : 1/12/2019 8:57:25 PM

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I take a lot of pride in my little garden so posting pics will be a given. If anyone is interested and the cost/drama is not too great I am more than happy to share seeds or cuttings. Some of these plants should be in everyone's backyards (or if it's a big yard all of them and more). Makes me happy that others appreciate that which I have put my effort and love into. Thankyou.
 
Kinghorn
#6 Posted : 1/27/2019 12:33:42 PM

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First Phyllodes
Accuminatas

Penninervus

stoked with these little guys
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#7 Posted : 1/28/2019 2:38:38 AM

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Good luck!

Plants seem healthy.

Sadly my Medicine Plants seems to be about to die ...

it's leaves dry out and now also some leaves are yellow and seem to fall off -> is this a sign of too much water?



The drying process of the leaves can be seen here : \
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Kinghorn
#8 Posted : 1/28/2019 11:12:01 AM

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Hey, can't say im much of a green thumb as i have only been doing this for a few months. Are your plants outside or under lights? I would guess if under lights that the light is too hot/close. Could be a nutrient deficiency in the soil, could be lack of water. Try putting some peat moss into the soil or some mulch on top to retain moisture. again i am no green thumb these are just things that come to mind. Hope all goes well.
 
 
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