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100 FRESH HAWAIIAN BABY WOODROSE ARGYREIA NERVOSA SEEDS

 

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THERE IS NO LONGER A HOLD ON THIS ITEM!!! This sale is for 100 FRESH HAWAIIAN BABY WOODROSE ARGYREIA NERVOSA SEEDS harvested fresh for this grow season!! These are the FURRY Seeds!! The ones everybody wants!! But PLEASE use the photos I have provided in order to make your own judgement. As each person has their own idea of what "Furry" is. Thanks Hawaiian Baby Woodrose (Argyreia nervosa), not to be confused with the Hawaiian Woodrose (Merremia tuberosa), is a perennial climbing vine, also known as Elephant Creeper and Woolly Morning Glory. HBWR is in the same family as the Morning Glory (Convolvulaceae) and has many similar properties & characteristics. You will receive the SAME SEEDS in the photos These seeds are completely VIABLE, ORGANIC, and UNTREATED Hawaiian Baby Woodrose is Native to eastern India and Bangladesh and introduced to numerous areas worldwide, including Hawaii, Africa and the Caribbean The seeds of Argyreia nervosa contain ergot alkaloids. Human Consumption not suggested --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Common Names: Baby Hawaiian Woodrose, Baby Woodrose, Cordon Seda, Coup D'Air, Elephant Creeper, Liane A Minguet, Liane D' Argent, Samudrasokh, Silver Morning Glory, Woolly Morning Glory. Synonyms: Argyreia speciosa, Convolvulus nervosus, Convolvulus speciosus. Flower: Clusters of trumpets, 5cm (about 2 inches) violet/lavender inside with a deep coloured throat, white with fine hairs outside. Fruit: "Woodrose"; globular berry, 1 to 2cm diameter, with rosette of "wooden" petals. Often sold for dried flower arrangements/pot-pourri. Foliage: 15 to 40cm long cordate (heart-shaped) prominently nerved leaves, felted (tomentose) beneath with minute silky hairs. Height: Vine to 10m. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GROWING: A slight nick should be made away from the germ eye. After this is complete it is recommended to soak the seeds in water for approximately 24 hours, or at least overnight. If nicked properly the seeds swell. Some people place approximately 1 to 2 inches (2 to 4 cm) in rich potting soil with a good drainage system. It is very important during the first stages of growth to keep the soil moist, though not completely wet, as saturation will cause root rot and possibly mold. It is important to keep the maximum sunlight possible during the initial stages. When the leaves have received too much light they will start gaining the appearance of wilting,this also seen with lack of watering. Within the first 1 to 2 years of growth, this plant grows very bushy. After that, some of the leaves will fall off and it will grow into vines. The vines have been known to grow up to 31 feet (10 meters) in length. If constant watering is not maintained, these vines will die out before reaching that point and new ones will have to start. The vine will dry out to the closest node during this point. A 5 gallon bucket is suitable for starting 2 healthy plants. The massive root system of this plant can cause the plant to become root bound within the first year or so. For example, a 5 year old plant in a 15 gallon pot (after only 6 months) will begin to show signs of becoming root bound. It is suggested to use a 55 gallon drum or a feeding trough (commonly used for livestock and horses). The plant can start growing flowers as early as its life cycle's second year. For this to occur, there must be sufficient watering and adequate room for the roots to grow; it can take up to 5 years for the first signs of flowering to become visible. The seeds will be found in the pods of the dried flowers. These cannot be harvested until completely dried.


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