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European Gardening: anyone know where to find Strychnos nux-vomica plant/tree?

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Pasadena, CA
(Zone 9b)

October 18, 2009
4:00 AM

Post #7181404

I've looked everywhere for a plant/tree. I've already tried to germinate seeds, with no luck, as they are known to be difficult to germinate. I know that it is poisonous, restricted, looked down by people in some circles. I'm an avid old school medicinal plant, herb, and tree gardener, and like to check out more than our own cultures plants, and remedies.
Any straight information would be great. Please no judgemental answers, Thank you.
(Zone 6b)

October 20, 2009
7:04 AM

Post #7189130


Probabely you already know this one. They are offering seeds, but they might be able to help you further.

And did you try to contact DG members in India and China to ask them if they can obtain a young plant for you?

I see you are also looking for Lepidium meyenii. I hope to have seeds next year. They are very easy to germinate.
Maybe I can send you a plant, but I have no experience sending roots. Although it has been freezing during night, it's still green.

Kind regards,

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