very nice pics. thanks.
someone had given me a reputation boost for a post with a couple plants in a thread so i thought I would try a more complete list.
If anyone has any has any that I have not listed please add them.
Texas Star Hibiscus
Ok 12 AM I am off to bed, I will post more pics tomorrow
very nice pics. thanks.
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I have a Japanese Maple growing at the moment in my greenhouse where my 2 MJ plants are at.
thanks fdd2blk, it is only a partial list right now, but hopefully we can give everyone some cover ideas to hide thier plants. Oh I thought it would be funny to get every kind of these plants growing in my yard for a year or two and then mix bud in with them after that.
i have found that stinging nettle is a good plant to hide in, don't quote me on this but im pretty sure they are related pretty closely, the leaves don't look the same but the individual blades do, as well as the general plant structor. As an added bonus, they grow in the same areas weed flourishes and give you some horrible itchy welts, wich will help to keep rippers away from your crop.
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Very nice, I would like to import a crap load of that to my outdoor grow spot.
blackberry vines are also similar. if it didn't like such acidic soil i'd cultivate that stuff near crops, natural barbed wire!
thanks for the good post!
"But even when you cease to be slaves, you are yet far removed from being placed on an equality with the white race."
- Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States of America, Hero to the servants of big government, Racist War Monger
I was reading up today on trichomes and resin production. One site mentioned benefits from planting the stinging nettle alongside the cannabis plant. Apparently, for reasons beyond me, the stinging nettle "encourages" the cannabis plant to produce lots more resin, resulting in bigger buds.
I grow only tomatoes and for my personal use. Any inference otherwise from my posts is completely false.
Current grow: http://www.rollitup.org/grow-journal...rly-misty.html
My 1st grow: http://www.rollitup.org/newbie-centr...h-me-luck.html
they are related, thats why you can't eat uncooked pot without getting a stomoch ache, once i took a few buds form my grow and stuck them under my shirt as i walked out of the woods, when i got home my stomoch was covered in welts. not as painfull but definatly related, as for bigger buds, i seriously doubt that could be true... but ya never know.
There's a couple of plants growing my back yard that have leaves I could swear are identical to marijuana, at least at first glance. I spoke with a grower friend of mine, and he said that likely the only way to differentiate them is to examine the serrations on the leaves.
While I'm not a grower myself, I'm dying to figure out what this plant is. If anyone could help me identify it, it'd be appreciated. Definitely not any of the plants shown above, and not False Aralia either.
I've been a smoker for years and even so I really can't tell the difference. Will try to post some pics up soon.
EDIT: Been Googling Aralia, it's definitely some form of that plant but I can't figure out which.
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