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26 minutes ago, alan_fincher said:

Culitation ?

Is that what it's known as?

Only after you have smoked enough of it! ?

 

George

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42 minutes ago, Machpoint005 said:

Hmm -- Openly flaunt the law then complain when you get caught.

Talk about a sense of entitlement!

And complain in your full name as well!

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Not recognising culitation, I thought it was something to do with the flag.

 

If you ask me the arse isn't the one who reported you.

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1 minute ago, reg said:

What are they? ?

It looks identical to the plants that grew when we emptied the bottom of the parrot cage onto the 'muck-heap' - apparently it is Hemp (or part of the Hemp family)

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14 minutes ago, Hudds Lad said:

american long-leafed nettles ?

Thats what I thought, your honour. 

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24 minutes ago, Sir Nibble said:

Crap weedy little plants too.

And unlikely to bud growing outside in that crappy little tub this late in the year

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7 minutes ago, tree monkey said:

And unlikely to bud growing outside in that crappy little tub this late in the year

You an expert on growing that plant then ?

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3 minutes ago, john6767 said:

You an expert on growing that plant then ?

:)

Nope, but I have in the past, just out of curiosity tbh, I used to really enjoy growing different plants

Given decent conditions there almost too easy, so I didn't bother again.

 

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16 minutes ago, tree monkey said:

 

Nope, but I have in the past, just out of curiosity tbh

Watch it, or ya monkey nuts will drop off

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51 minutes ago, Alan de Enfield said:

It looks identical to the plants that grew when we emptied the bottom of the parrot cage onto the 'muck-heap' - apparently it is Hemp (or part of the Hemp family)

Yup that's what I thought - they are the same as used to grow from the detritus thrown out after cleaning out my dad's canaries too - my goodness did those birds sing.  Stalks make great rope for fenders - I guess that's why the OP is growing it ...............

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47 minutes ago, tree monkey said:

:)

Nope, but I have in the past, just out of curiosity tbh, I used to really enjoy growing different plants man. 

 

 

Just corrected your first sentence for you. 

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56 minutes ago, reg said:

Just corrected your first sentence for you. 

Who you calling a man, monkey and proud ;)

 

Funnily enough I found out my Dad tried growing it for similar reasons, he couldn't be bothered with the alternative uses but just wanted to see if he could

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2 hours ago, tree monkey said:

And unlikely to bud growing outside in that crappy little tub this late in the year

2 things

 

he may not want it to bud

 

the only problem I can see with it being outside at this time of year is that the days are too long

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2 minutes ago, rasputin said:

2 things

 

he may not want it to bud

 

the only problem I can see with it being outside at this time of year is that the days are too long

Or, there are too many law abiding people about.

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