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Kratom tree cuttings sale/trade

 
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Unrooted Kratom tree cuttings for sale/trade. $5 each. Not hard to root if you have experience with cuttings. This rare tree has many valuable attributes as a medicinal herb. Does well in pots long term. Not winter hardy but can be kept indoors during cold season if potted.

Always into trades as well! Looking for zone 8 hardy fruits and perennial veggies but will consider anything permaculture related. Make offers! No posting from me for plants is time sensitive. These are usually species I always have and propagate for myself for my homestead purposes. Time of year is the only factor on the availability of some species. Unless I lose a species/variety most stuff I offer will be available again eventually so ask anytime.

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Interested in the kratom clippings. I live in zone at 9A/9B In the Arizona desert.Don't know if they will grow here. WHAT WOULD BE YOUR BEST SUGGESTION  FOR GROWING?
 
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Susan Norgren wrote:Interested in the kratom clippings. I live in zone at 9A/9B In the Arizona desert.Don't know if they will grow here. WHAT WOULD BE YOUR BEST SUGGESTION  FOR GROWING?



If your temps never drop below freezing long(2-3hrs) you might be able to get away with an in ground plant. They don't like temps below 50°F though really. However they are water lovers and do fine in ground if kept moist but they can handle and actually love being in standing water. The good news is they do well in pots long term. Also can grow from bright shade to full sun. Not hard to root really especially if you have experience with cuttings. The key is high humidity in bright shade until rooted. Root hormone helps but isn't necessarily needed. I don't use it due to carcinogenic properties myself.
 
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Would love to try this, last winter it snowed  my potted mango, moringa and gravola/sour sop didn!t survive. Will need to look at what we need to do to warm a small off grid greenhouse. How do I contact you? Do you sell Kratom? I ordered some from Indonesia.Great for pain.
 
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Susan Norgren wrote:Would love to try this, last winter it snowed  my potted mango, moringa and gravola/sour sop didn!t survive. Will need to look at what we need to do to warm a small off grid greenhouse. How do I contact you? Do you sell Kratom? I ordered some from Indonesia.Great for pain.



You can email me at cderek83@gmail.com

I do not sell Kratom powder ready to use. I buy from King's Kratom online. Visitkingskratom.com

The plant does work well. My wife uses it for pain and myself for energy.
 
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