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General Talk (primarily non-naturist) => The Hobby Hut => Topic started by: Hdhfchfvgbbb on August 24, 2020, 04:52:02 pm

Title: Plants
Post by: Hdhfchfvgbbb on August 24, 2020, 04:52:02 pm
Hi everyone.

As some of you know I work in a plant nursery. I’m a big plant lover and love spending time outside.
I was wondering if there are other people that share this interest?
Plants and nature in general go so well with nudity. I feel way closer taking care of my plants when I’m not wearing any clothes.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: swede on August 25, 2020, 07:47:50 am
Love plants as well, used to work with plants and I loved it. Currently my apartment is filled with plants and its probably only gonna get fuller.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Northman on August 25, 2020, 01:59:15 pm
I have plants on the window sils in my apartment. Some are bigger and some are small seedlings that I have cultivated in repurposed yoghurt cups or instant noodle cups. I feel a sense of loss whenever a plant perishes in my care.

I have a dream about having a small farm somewhere where I can experiment with plant cultivation. And tend to the gardens in the natural state.  :azn:

What plants do you have?
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Interested Nudist on August 25, 2020, 02:55:05 pm
Hi everyone.

As some of you know I work in a plant nursery. I’m a big plant lover and love spending time outside.
I was wondering if there are other people that share this interest?
Plants and nature in general go so well with nudity. I feel way closer taking care of my plants when I’m not wearing any clothes.

I'd love the idea of being with plants naked but its the bugs that might be there that dissuade me.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: coolstolSE on August 25, 2020, 10:51:56 pm
Hi everyone.

As some of you know I work in a plant nursery. I’m a big plant lover and love spending time outside.
I was wondering if there are other people that share this interest?
Plants and nature in general go so well with nudity. I feel way closer taking care of my plants when I’m not wearing any clothes.

I'd love the idea of being with plants naked but its the bugs that might be there that dissuade me.

Just dont let it bug you
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: CP2003 on August 25, 2020, 11:03:47 pm
Hi everyone.

As some of you know I work in a plant nursery. I’m a big plant lover and love spending time outside.
I was wondering if there are other people that share this interest?
Plants and nature in general go so well with nudity. I feel way closer taking care of my plants when I’m not wearing any clothes.

I'd love the idea of being with plants naked but its the bugs that might be there that dissuade me.

Just dont let it bug you

Ba dum tsss!  :laughing

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I used to like mowing the lawn with a manual push-along mower at my old home where there was grass. The blades between your toes and the summer breeze just felt great. Now though, planting in the raised vets is as good as I can get, but it's still good as there is less of a disconnect between you and what you're doing.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Rob N on May 14, 2021, 01:06:12 pm
I do love my plants!
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Rob N on May 15, 2021, 02:36:55 pm
Mimosa Stringulosa: Ground cover vine, can be mowed, beautiful pink poofs in the spring, and the leaves are sensitive to touch. So if you like to pet your plants the leaves will close up when you do for endless entertainment.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Fishandchips on May 15, 2021, 03:08:53 pm
I do love my plants!

Nice flowers. Reminds me of a time I got a lucky shot of a wonderful mixture in a planter a long time ago. I tried many times to get another amazing looking photo after that but they never turned out as striking. I’ll have to see if I can find the picture because I want to show it off here now. Would help to remember where I took it first.

Mimosa Stringulosa: Ground cover vine, can be mowed, beautiful pink poofs in the spring, and the leaves are sensitive to touch. So if you like to pet your plants the leaves will close up when you do for endless entertainment.

Would this grow in the north of England or are we too cold wet and miserable?
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Rob N on May 15, 2021, 05:05:31 pm

Would this grow in the north of England or are we too cold wet and miserable?
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According to random information on the internet, the Mimosa strigillosa is good in zones 8 – 11.

Northern England seems to be zones 8-9, but depending on the map, there are some areas in zone 7, so you'd have to figure that out. It seems to be a little different on each map and none of these seem very official, so maybe you could find better information locally.

I was fortunate in that this just started growing in my yard. I never purchased it, but I have done my best to help it along by eliminating competitors. I also took sections and moved it to other areas in hopes of spreading it more. So far so good.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Fishandchips on May 15, 2021, 05:17:19 pm

Would this grow in the north of England or are we too cold wet and miserable?

According to random information on the internet, the Mimosa strigillosa is good in zones 8 – 11.

Northern England seems to be zones 8-9, but depending on the map, there are some areas in zone 7, so you'd have to figure that out. It seems to be a little different on each map and none of these seem very official, so maybe you could find better information locally.

I was fortunate in that this just started growing in my yard. I never purchased it, but I have done my best to help it along by eliminating competitors. I also took sections and moved it to other areas in hopes of spreading it more. So far so good.
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On the first map I’m next to Sunderland just a little touch to the north of it. I should probably not consider trying it now that I’ve looked up the plant as it seems it will take over
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Rob N on May 15, 2021, 06:04:08 pm
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On the first map I’m next to Sunderland just a little touch to the north of it. I should probably not consider trying it now that I’ve looked up the plant as it seems it will take over

I have had no problems with it taking over. I have hopes of it, but after years and years I finally think it is at least dispersed amongst the grass.

I'd much rather it take over and kill the grass of as the Mimosa is better to look at and doesn't grow high so I'd never have to mow. Here in Florida the grass grows so quickly in the summer most people mow every weekend. It's miserable.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Fishandchips on May 15, 2021, 07:31:14 pm
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On the first map I’m next to Sunderland just a little touch to the north of it. I should probably not consider trying it now that I’ve looked up the plant as it seems it will take over

I have had no problems with it taking over. I have hopes of it, but after years and years I finally think it is at least dispersed amongst the grass.

I'd much rather it take over and kill the grass of as the Mimosa is better to look at and doesn't grow high so I'd never have to mow. Here in Florida the grass grows so quickly in the summer most people mow every weekend. It's miserable.

Where I was thinking of using it, the grass also has daisies, buttercups and things growing in it. I don’t want to lose them too
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Buzzulepuff on June 27, 2021, 08:05:25 am
Where I live it would be zone 7 to 8. But you also have to take into account microclimates and stuff. My partner likes gardening more than me so see does most of it. I do like a dwarf conifer garden though nothing over 3m (10ft) in height
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Redfrigginriot on June 28, 2021, 01:15:58 am
I own a few cactuses if that counts for anything
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Turbo_ on October 02, 2021, 03:51:56 am
I have a couple plants around. I just recently repotted my two lemon trees that ive been growing for the past 2 years. I must be doing something right because they are looking very nice lol. I also planted some daffodils in my front yard that come up every spring so that gives me something to look forward to. I tried to have a couple succulents, but they all died on me :(, i think i gave them too much attention.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Gaberone on October 17, 2021, 03:33:11 pm
Last week I bought a small plant for my apartment. We will see if it lasts through the winter, but it’s nice being able to take care of something
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Pacnwnaturism on October 17, 2021, 03:34:47 pm
I work in forestry and am into plants
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: Fishandchips on October 17, 2021, 04:24:19 pm
Apparently someone has been successful at growing a couple of pumpkins at the naturist club I go to if that counts. We have a small nursery where veg is grown and while the site is predominantly a woodland, we have a few gardening enthusiasts and there are some nice plants around their accommodations and in various locations around the site and woods trail.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: It’s only me on November 04, 2021, 05:53:35 pm
ive got a christmas cactus in my room that ive ad for a few years.
Title: Re: Plants
Post by: blank radar on November 04, 2021, 10:14:13 pm
millions, perhaps even billions of plant cells live in my room