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Growing Datura

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- Sun, 22 Mar 2020 22:49:40 EST hqlc1IF+ No.158924
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They are here. Any tips on how to take care of them?
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Solanacia - Mon, 23 Mar 2020 08:34:12 EST MxYhkyby No.158925 Reply
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>>158924
ya water it and give it good light, dont overwater, get more soil like the stuff in those pots and just let nature do its work. It's a pretty resilient plant when it gets goin. And play some death metal music by it cause that'd be lulzy.
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Priscilla Smallstock - Fri, 29 May 2020 19:06:59 EST hqlc1IF+ No.159104 Reply
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Here they are now. Is it okay to take some leaves and make tea? or should I wait longer for it to grow more.
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Cyan - Sat, 30 May 2020 08:15:34 EST 9gA4QFJS No.159107 Reply
>>159104
Beautiful beautiful.

I recommend being patient and giving it time to grow more. That is a very young plant, and those things grow so large you will have plenty of leaves. At least let it flower and form some seed pods.

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