Cannabis Bonsai

Rick Moquin

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Albeit Holland has relaxed laws, I don't know of any country where cultivation is permitted.
 

wi bonsai

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Actually I know Spain allows people to grow it for personal use. It has helped with cutting down the drug trafficking coming in from Morocco.
 
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Attila Soos

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My grandmother in Transylvania grows her own hemp, for clothing. I remember, as a child, working at the hemp pit, soaking large bundles of hemp in water (one of the first phase in processing hemp stalk into fibre). I still remember the fermented smell, kind of liked it.

This is the non-potent variety, so you can't smoke it. But it looks exactly the same, so I am not sure how people can tell the two apart, when growing it on the fields.
 

Bonsai Nut

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Regardless of the controlled substance controversy... I have to admit that is a pretty plant. I love the different shades of color.
 

Hans van Meer

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Hahahahaha.....woohaaaahaha...hihihiiii!!!!!!!

This is really, REALY funny!! I think it is absolutely a brilliant idea!!! We had joked about it in the past to do something like this and then bring it in a show like the ginkgo or something, and than just look at there reaction and fases! But I never would expect to ever see one as good as this! I love It!
And you are aloud to grow 5 plants in Holland for personal use. Because of this tolerance "low", you will find Holland very low on the list of countries with soft or hard drugs related problems. Like addiction or related crimes! We don't have much yamadori over here, but I love this place!
This "HURB'S" bonsai is so cool! I cant get over it, so funny!
Thanks for that laugh,
Hans van Meer.
 

Graydon

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Nice but is there no way to get some movement in the trunk? Nebari seems good. Brings new meaning to the term pinching new growth huh?
 

Hans van Meer

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Nice but is there no way to get some movement in the trunk? Nebari seems good. Brings new meaning to the term pinching new growth huh?
It should be posible with wire, although it is going to be a sticky job! LOL!
Hans.
 
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I've heard that when it comes to cutting down, this is one of the harder trees to work with he...he...he :eek:
 
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Yes, the more you pinch, the better it looks. ;)

This is a great result from such material, credit must go to Ulf for imagination and design, it really isn't a bad bonsai, considering it was made with weed.



Will
 

robert1955

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How funny. When my son was in Amsterdam he said he saw a place that was selling pot bonsai kits. He almost sent me one. :(

Bob
 

bretts

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I had trouble finding out how long they live for.
No one seems to leave them in the ground enough to find out .
I have always wanted to do one of these as well
 

onlyrey

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Isn't that a herb?

How long can that plant live? Long enough to make a bonsai out of it?
 
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