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    Goji Berry Plants

    OK, I really don't know if this will generate any responses or not, but I figured I would try it out. I have a couple small goji bushes that I might be looking to trade out. Some are from seed, some are off of the mother plant. Generally they say it will be 3 years from seed before you will get fruit. Anyway, I jsut wanted to see what this might generate.

    I'm mostly looking for HL/intermediate nepenthes, drosera, sarracenia, cephalotus, or even some very hearty utricularia... hmmm, looks like I'll basically consider anything!

    -Isaac

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    Do you have any pics?

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    Do you want current dormant pictures or do you want picture from when they were growing?

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    I would like pics from when they were growing.

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    Both if you don't mind.

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    I don't think I have pictures of them from when they were growing... LOL I guess I don't take pictures of my "normal" plants. Just like I don't have pictures of my raspberries or strawberries... I'll keep looking though.

    I took some pictures of what they look like today, though they don't look amazing as my world is grey today.

    ok, I went a little crazy with the arrows in this picture... hope they help rather than hinder.
    this is from seed. This will be its 3rd year and it *should* give fruit this year, though not a lot.


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    this is from the mother plant. First year they look like a stick, second they start really branching out.


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    also from the mother plant.


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    this is the mother plant, it is not for trade, I jsut want to show you what they will look like in a couple years.


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    this is one of this year seedlings, just sprouted.


    Last year's seed-grown plants pictures on request.
    Last edited by antechron; 03-30-2011 at 11:30 AM.

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    Ok.

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    I've never taken pics of my strawberries either. Dont go out of your way. Just post what you can.

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