Ben Johansen wrote:Are there any other grapevines in the neighborhood? It could also be Boston ivy.
Ben Johansen wrote:Hey- reload that pic. And gimme some CLOSEUPS
leila hamaya wrote:reminds me of the cotton rose hibiscus, hibiscus mutabilis
leila hamaya wrote:if it's h. mutabilis, it would eventually get to be 10 + feet or more
Ben Johansen wrote:would you send me some seeds?
⦁ Cotton (my top recommendation, I harvest and two months later it's full again, have ten years of cotton in a bag and had to stop planting)
⦁ Fig (indian variety and very small)
⦁ Ginger (color yellow for ginger beer or mixed with kefir)
⦁ Holy basil (for tea, incense, pizza and Mediterranean dishes)
⦁ Sorghum sugarcane (grains for the birds and flour, molasses and some people even ferment the seeds to make a mild beer)
⦁ Loofah (great replacement for a sponge in the bath with a hard side for hard skin and a soft side for soft skin)
Ben Johansen wrote:Do you know which permutation the Holy basil is?
Ben Johansen wrote:it looks like Rama tulsi.
Ben Johansen wrote:Is that a banana tree in the background too?