Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Seed

hawaiian baby woodrose seed
    baby woodrose
  • Baby Woodrose is a rock band formed in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2001. They take their name from the Argyreia nervosa, a plant commonly known as Hawaiian baby woodrose, which can be used for hallucinogenic effects.
  • the Oceanic languages spoken on Hawaii
  • A native or inhabitant of Hawaii
  • of or relating to or characteristic of the state or island of Hawaii or to the people or culture or language
  • a native or resident of Hawaii
  • The Austronesian language of Hawaii
  • A quantity of these
  • The cause or latent beginning of a feeling, process, or condition
  • a small hard fruit
  • A flowering plant's unit of reproduction, capable of developing into another such plant
  • a mature fertilized plant ovule consisting of an embryo and its food source and having a protective coat or testa
  • go to seed; shed seeds; "The dandelions went to seed"
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Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Seeds (Hawaii)
Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Seeds (Hawaii)
Buy Hawaiian Baby Woodrose seeds; all-organic and untreated HERE. When coated with pesticides and fungicides, it can not only lessen the viability of these precious seeds, but it can also weaken the strain as well. Avid gardeners can buy HBWR seeds imported from Ghana, the Pacific islands, Spain, or from several small organic farms in Hawaii. Trust the people who have been sourcing HBWR for over 5 years, and who not only take great pride in their products, but who care deeply about species preservation as well!

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Baby Woodrose
Baby Woodrose
Baby Woodrose, playing at Gutterball garage rock festival at Parkteatret venue. Oslo, Norway, 2011-09-09.
Hawaiian Baby Woodrose... The seed coat seems to have eaten part of the burnt looking one...

hawaiian baby woodrose seed
hawaiian baby woodrose seed
Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Seeds (Ghana)
These untreated seeds are imported directly from Ghana. Not nearly as high quality as our organic Hawaiian seeds, but we still guarantee about a 20% germination rate. Yes, these are A. nervosa seeds, but are a different strain and don't have the fuzzy coating associated with seeds from Hawaii.Seeds of the Argyreia nervosa (Not this particular strain of HBWR; these Ghana seeds are from Africa!) may have once been used in sacramental rituals in the Pacific Islands, where they were used by high priests. But the beautiful plant that comes from these seeds is the truly magnificent thing about Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Seeds. Properly cultivated this plant would still make an interesting addition to any garden, though, and because these seeds are so inexpensive, you can spread a large amount over a wide area.Strictly NOT for human consumption and sold for cultivation only.

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