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Wanted: E.ganitrus, Aegle Marmelos, P. Betel

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Chillilower starts with ...
I have my sights set on the following plants. Anyone have any feel free to contact me.

Elaeocarpus ganitrus (Ganitri, Rudraksha)
Aegle marmelos (Bael)
Piper betel(paan
Datura Wrightii (sacred datura)
Sacred Basil (holy tulsi)
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Chillilower
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Chillilower says...
Blue Fig or Quandong
Elaeocarpus Angustifolius

seeds or seedlings.
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sternus1 says...
Blue qaundong is inedible, I have two very large trees and get you a lot of seed.

If you want to go blind and wind up in an asylum with with a horror show playing over and over in your head forever, by all means, use Datura. I have personally seen exactly what an overdose can do to the human mind. It contains what is probably the most psychologically damaging substance known to science. It was in fact given to the concubines of chieftains in certain south American countries; it made them march happily into giant pits to be buried alive. It has the unique affect of removing one's free will. It is still used by criminals in such places as bolivia to drug tourists. Stay away from Datura.

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Chillilower says...
lol thanks for the reply sternus1 but neither the Datura nor the blue quandong will be eaten.

Can i get some fruits of the quandong of you? I am in Sydney.
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sternus1 says...
I can collect some seed, sure. They might be tricky to germinate, I say this because of the thousands of fruit that are dropped every year I have never seen a seedling pop up anywhere.

address is l J O at hush mail dot com

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Chillilower says...
thanks sternus1. Is your email larry jack oscar @ hush mail dot com
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sternus1 says...
If you mean in the phonetic military sense, as in Dog Echo Charlie (DEC) then yes.

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Chillilower says...
email keeps on getting bounced back. No registered user.
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Chillilower says...
Email sent. you might want to edit out your emails from previous comments.
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Jayneil says...
Hi,

I am looking for Elaeocarpus ganitrus (Ganitri, Rudraksha) in Sydney.

Any suggestions as to where I can find seedlings or plants here?

Thank you.
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Liverpool
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JazzHath1 says...
Jayneil
Were you able to find any Elaeocarpus ganitrus rudraksha plants. I live in Canberra
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