Best Internet Flowers

best internet flowers
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Dragon Fruit Flowers in the Morning Atherton Tablelands
Dragon Fruit Flowers in the Morning Atherton Tablelands
The dragon fruit has an amazing flower. It is big and most interesting and the flower gives the sensation of parting its petals to let you see inside. I took these when with my nephew one morning on the Atherton Tablelands. I am posting 2 flowers but will add a few more later. Here is a very good article from the Internet:- Article on Dragon Fruit written by Gerry McMahon, Senior Technical Officer, DPIFM Darwin (Australia) Pitaya (Dragon Fruit) Name: Pitaya (Dragon fruit) Hylocereus undatus (Cactaceae). Origin: Pitaya is a tropical cactus from the rainforests of Central and Northern South America. Distribution: Pitaya is commercially grown in Central America, from Mexico and Texas to Peru and Argentina. Vietnam is also a big commercial producer of Pitaya since it was introduced by the French 100 years ago. It is also grown in Israel and Australia. Australian Distribution: Pitaya was originally introduced into Queensland in the early 1980's. It is now grown Queensland, the Northern Territory, and parts of Western Australia and New South Wales. Preferred Climate and Soil Types: The Pitaya prefers a dry tropical climate with an average temperature of 21-29?C, but can withstand temperatures of 38-40?C, and as low as 0?C for short periods. Rainfall requirements are 600-1300 mm with alternating wet and dry seasons. They like lots of sunshine, but can be damaged by high levels of light intensity so require some shading. There is a positive response in growth to organic matter and the sand content of the soil. Description: Pitaya is a segmented, vine-like crawling cactus with aerial roots. Being an epiphyte, it clings to its support and can obtain nutrients from cracks where organic material concentrates. The fleshy succulent stems are three sided (occasionally 4 or 5) and lobed along the ridges, which have small swellings equipped with short spines. THE FLOWERS:- Flowers appear from these swellings and are large, perfumed, ivory white with yellow centres containing a large number of stamens. The flowers open in the evening and are finished in the early morning, lasting only one night. They are very spectacular and have earned the name moonflower or Queen of the night. Fruit are large, between 150-600 g and brightly coloured pink, crimson or red with fleshy green scales. The flesh is white or red with many tiny black seeds. Varieties: There are no varieties in the proper sense, but there are many clones which can differ in the stem type, colour, fruit shape, skin thickness and scale expression. There are however two different species, H. undatus which has white flesh and H. polyrhizus which has red flesh. There are also several other fruiting cactus genera that are called 'pitaya' one of these is Selenicereus megalanthus which has smaller fruit with yellow skin, white flesh and clusters of spines on the fruit that brush off when ripe. Culture: Pitaya is best grown from healthy green cuttings, as seedlings are very slow growing and are unreliable producers. Cuttings of 30-50 cm are cured in a dry place for a couple of weeks, and then potted into a free- draining mix. They require shade and minimal water until roots have developed.
hemp flowers
hemp flowers
very small amount gathered from domestically grown plant. this is not drugs marihuana but low-THC industrial hemp. how much effect would it have if the flowers are heated and the fumes are inhaled? well let say like a small sip of fosters beer. you won't get any drunk from that but you maybe still can get an idea how beer tastes like. why normal marihuana or so called "hash" look differently? has many reason. traffickers from dubious contries want to make money in the first instance and are not every concerned to secure the best quality to their customers. maybe they are using up the best parts for themselves in the countries where they grow it. it is used in many countries such as India, Cambodia, and Thailand, even Japan (where it is heavily prohibited). however marihuana form these coutries usually never arrives to our countries. what people get here on the black market is some compressed stuff that comes via Moroccoo. there is no guarantee what it actually might contain. for instance, there are: skunk indica sativa haze and also so called "Afghani". skunk smells very strongly and is similar to sativa. sativa has uplifting effect not very much stone effect. indica makes people stoned if they use much they may have difficulties to move. I do not really know about haze it is from netherlands i think. so called Afghani hash is fermented inside sheeps abdomens, turns black, and most likely works like a sleep medicine. it can make people dull and sleepy not so much laughing or creative. what they sell to people is most likely indica stuff not so much sativa. also marihuana is different, this is still the original leaves but also might be processed or impregnated- no guarantee! in the USA, I have researched the internet, marihuana sometimes is of the skunk variety- if there are no problems with the neighbours as it smells very strongly. note the stuff on the picture is NOT illegal. it is not drug marihuana. in the EU it is not prohibited to grow low-THC hemp plants. well would you drink ten litres alcohol free beer in order to get a booze? would teenagers be interested to get al ittle drunk that way? indeed this type of beer is not very popular but still contains 0.5 percent alcohol. would you try to get drunk from frazer's or Mon Cheri? if used for marihuana cigarettes (low-THC industrial hemp) one would have to use 10 to 15 of them in order to have a little effect. normally if a joint is made from real hash, a few tokes already will have a considerable effect. marihuana generally does not have so much effect much less than hash. it is often mixed with tobaccoo and smoked via water pipe. most of the kick maybe comes from tobaccoo flash! especially if it is low-grade marihuana. people should know that tobacco is poisonous, directly attacks lungs tissue, and smoking water pipes generally can not be recommended.

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