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Lagochilus inebrians

Postby Trylski » Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:12 pm

So, upon someones advice I have endeavoured to try and grow some Lagochilus inebrians. I've ordered some seeds from but after doing some more googling I came across a website where a fellow had bought some seeds from a website that shared the same registered address and phone number as Shamans garden. This fellow had been informed the seeds he bought were infact Lagochilus C. Not the inebrians species. So is there anyone who has bought seeds from either Iamshaman or shamansgarden and knows if there good or not? Also is there anyone here who could I.D the seeds when they arrive if I were to post a picture?


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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby Trylski » Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:36 pm

I emailed and have been told they are the inebrians strain, still if anybody is able to confirm this I would be most appreciative.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby unstable » Thu Jun 10, 2010 1:44 pm

Just for laughs, try growing them and then see if you can identify the plant based on the results.
I purchased what I thought was a psychotria viridis plant and I have been told it was alba...stuff like that happens all the time.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby Trylski » Thu Jun 10, 2010 3:38 pm

Well its paid for now so will be growing it regardless. :P
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby Ulmdorgr » Fri Jun 11, 2010 3:17 am

It can't really hurt, unless the plant you attempt to ingest turns out to be toxic.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby Trylski » Fri Jun 18, 2010 2:49 pm

Righteo, me seeds arrived today so I soaked them in water for about 3 hours, then put them about an inch under the soil in little seelding trays. I've planted them in a 50-50 mix of cactus compost and soil. Soaked the soil and am now hoping for some life. Will post a grow log if I eventually get some signs of life.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby nothim » Thu Dec 09, 2010 2:17 pm

what news?!
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby Ulmdorgr » Tue Dec 14, 2010 6:29 am

Sorry boolie; trylski hasn't been here for some time. Come back, friend!
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby Bigdognick » Sun Dec 26, 2010 6:51 pm

I know the OP isn't here anymore but I still feel that I should share. Lagochilus inebrians is an endangered species, with less than a dozen specimens in the wild. Furthermore, I've read that this species is particularly difficult to grow domestically. Due to this, most of the product sold as "intoxicating mint" is actually from a related species of Lagochilus, I can't remember the name of the other active species but I'm sure that with a little research you could discover it
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:21 pm

i wasn't aware that this plant is that endangered. I saw some seeds in ebay and i bought it a few months ago. One germinated out of 50 and it just died in my climate. Never even saw a set of true leaves...
Makes me think i should have done a better job.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby nothim » Tue Dec 28, 2010 12:42 pm

can anyone share a live plant(L.I.) or trade?
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Tue Dec 28, 2010 8:27 pm

All my seeds went dud man. Wasn't the happiest man when that happened.
I'll try again next year! There's actually a post in ebay but it's a little expensive. Maybe more expensive is more viable?
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby nothim » Wed Dec 29, 2010 3:05 pm

i bought around 50 seeds aswell , and none made it through--- :(

maybe they are not genuine (viable) ---

i asked for a plant instead , but the seller turned it down

i think , it might be something rotten there!!! lol

that was... a few years ago, but i said .., to give it another try...
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Thu Dec 30, 2010 7:24 am

I remember the 50 seeds i bought were a lot cheaper than posted now. Maybe the seeds before were a little old hence the lower price.
I could be wrong. I PM'd the seller but he didn't reply but what the heck i'll try it out in January and let you know.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby SF » Fri Jan 07, 2011 2:03 pm

i gave all my seeds away i believe but ill have to check. I had my seeds for 2 years and they were still viable so if you get seeds that are not viable i am sure the selling knew that before he sold them.

there is a few post on here somewhere where people are showing off the Lagochilus inebrians seedlings they grow from my seed stock.

so many people try to rip you off on ebay now days its sad. They sell fake seeds and non viable seeds. How do they sleep at night? lol
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