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I've never seen a praying mantis shed its skin before. This one is hanging in a Erythroxylum australe shrub. #australia #trippingballs #permaculture #garden #gardening #gardeningaustralia #herbalistics #herb #insect #nature #erythroxylum #bushfood #bush

I've never seen a praying mantis shed its skin before. This one is hanging in a Erythroxylum australe shrub. #australia #trippingballs #permaculture #garden #gardening #gardeningaustralia #herbalistics #herb #insect #nature #erythroxylum #bushfood #bush

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2017-05-18 02:13:10

A handful of Chacruna berries #australia #gardening #garden #nature #chacruna #ayahuasca #trippingballs #permaculture #permaculturegarden #herbalistics

A handful of Chacruna berries #australia #gardening #garden #nature #chacruna #ayahuasca #trippingballs #permaculture #permaculturegarden #herbalistics

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  • @herbalistics (8 days)
    @arribaelsol they are the same family, Rubiaceae, and they also have two seeds per cherry, hemispherical as well albeit with ribs
     
  • @arribaelsol (8 days)
    They look like coffee beans
     
 

2017-05-15 11:44:00

The wonderful red aril surrounding the seed of bitter melon, Momordica charantia. Full of lycopene and quite tasty. #herbalistics #permaculture #permaculturegarden #gardeningaustralia #nature #garden #gardening #australia #superfood #fruit #bittermelon

The wonderful red aril surrounding the seed of bitter melon, Momordica charantia. Full of lycopene and quite tasty. #herbalistics #permaculture #permaculturegarden #gardeningaustralia #nature #garden #gardening #australia #superfood #fruit #bittermelon

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  • @herbalistics (11 days)
    @kykeion look me either really, I just grow it for seeds to sell. I find the red arils really tasty though and def worth growing just for that. A few other momordica have same arils, Gak or M cochinchinensis they use to colour rice, very high in lycopene and other beta carotenoids.
     
  • @kykeion (12 days)
    Never could acquire the taste for bitter melon when I was in Asia. I had no idea this is what the seeds looked like. I never really thought about it, but would have assumed something similar to the cucurbits more common in the west.
     
 

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