Summer Heat and Vibrant Days

 

Grandmother Peyote in Bloom

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Cut Peyote top with New Growth and Blooms

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These drastically cut (in half) Peyote plants with new growth in 6 months!!

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Mana and Grandchildren’s greenhouse on the right, with storage trailer, shade canopy for transplanting, and shade area for San Pedro/ Peyote grafts in the back

Transplanting -Mixing up the medium

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Our planting mixture in various bags and piles: “Zen Sand” in foreground(Calcium Carbonate), Black and Red Lava Rock, 1/4″ pumice, Zeolite, and Worm Castings. The formula using 5 gallon buckets has been

1/2 bucket Black lava rock,

1/2 bucket red lava rock,

1 bucket pumice,

1/2 bucket Zen sand

2 buckets worm castings.

Mix well and plant.

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Zen Sand aka Pigeon Grit

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Happy Peyote Roots

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Peyote Babies 2015 seeding

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Not quite dime size

Revitalizing the Peyote House

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Building project setting up Peyote House for seedling germination Center

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Deacon David with shelving, lights and planting trays full of seedlingsIMG_7912

Toad spawn generating pool for endangered bufo alvarius tadpoles

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First signs of spawn

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Whoa!

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Shaded area for San Pedro grafts

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Matt’s Birds

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Cardinal

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Rosy House Finch

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Quail and babies

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Gila Sapsucker

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Checking out the Bee

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Broad Billed Hummingbird

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Broad Tailed Hummingbird

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Baby Barn Swallows First Flight

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Staying Cool!

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Pocket gopher getting in on the bird seed

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Hmmmm

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‘Bye!

 

Photos courtesy of Matthew S Kent © 2018 Peyote Way Church of God

 

 

 

 

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