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What did you do to your cacti/botanical garden today (pictures welcome)


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#1061 Neptunechild

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Posted Yesterday, 04:50 PM

I was hoping for an easy journey( not spending $100's or thousands of $ per learning experience + prescious years ) but the real pleasure is to be found is the path, the journey, not the destination.

Namaste

You know how my journey started? I bought a Peyote from a local trusted vendor to eat it. It's still alive and I have a couple of 100's more lol. And I started sowing big scale as well. This is therapy. It gives me thoughtfulness, sense of responsibility, calmness, joy and much more. I have actually enough active cacti to send the entire neighborhood on a trip, but I'm still waiting for the right moment..and I'm an very active psychonaut in general.

I love it. It will become and already is my lifework.

 


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#1062 tuftygrasses

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Posted Yesterday, 05:17 PM

Im joining this thread to learn. Ive got a selection of medical seeds Ive picked up when they have been on offer. I tried growing Peyote a few years ago but it never germinated so I need to learn more and then start a fresh in spring :)


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#1063 pharmer

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Posted Today, 08:28 PM

I agree. For cactus, most especially peyote, the voyage is the destination.

 

How many people have  we heard from who have grow buttons to maturity and never taken a bite of their considerable collection?

 

It would be like eating your own children.

 

Thank goodness for cheap and easy trichocereus  :)


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