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RickBond's Garden - Saucy Sexual Sagos 
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I'm gonna make a project out of this with my GF's little girls (10 & 11). Later, we're going to shake the male cone over the female and make fertile seeds that, I understand, are easy to germinate. If there's any interest in this I'll post a follow-up video in Fall, when the seeds are ready to be harvested.

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Added: May-20-2012 Occurred On: May-20-2012
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Tags: Sago, sex, plant vagina, Oui, Weeeeee!
Location: Louisiana, United States (load item map)
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  • I just wish I had male genitalia like the male plant...what a big lad he is, no wonder he's showing it off!

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  • You couldn't plant tomatoes like the rest of us, could you?

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    • @untitled-1

      Ha! I had a vegetable garden before Hurricane Katrina. It wasn't easy, since I have many, many critters who thought they should have their share before me. Also I get high salt water tides from time to time that the veggies don't like. Next year I'm gonna try to make a very high raised bed and fence it for veggies. For the time being, my GF has a veggie garden at her place that has our corn, tomatoes and Jalapenos growing.

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    • @RickBond

      most excellent- thanks for posting the cool/interesting video

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    • @untitled-1

      Thank you sir!

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  • I know, you've warned me....

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  • "Female genitalia", hee hee hee, but interesting. Thanks.

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  • Plant Porn

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  • We have queen palms growing in my community..... I cannot wait until they fruit! Each queen palm tree produces probably 1k hanging fruit...they look like kumquats but taste like a plum and mango hybrid. Those are def some mature and pricey secas you have in your yard... ever have problems with people stealing them?

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    • @Muscledoctor

      I googled Queen Palm, and they look nice to have; don't know if they'd grow here.

      No problems with theft here. Not only are Sagos common (although these are large, mature ones) but no one can get on my property without my dogs knowing about it.

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    • @RickBond

      Google Queen Palm louisiana, and several forums pop up where people are growing 'em there.

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    • @joe prole

      Thanks Joe. I'll check it out. If they don't need good drainage and not too pricy I'll try to grow one. Palms are some of my favorite plants.

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    • @RickBond
      unusual looking plants, I was wondering if they are edible after the comment by muscledoctor. I checked it out and it turns out they are highly toxic, I expect you already knew that.

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    • @spellingpolice

      Yes, poisonous to people and animals. Each year at least one of my Sagos (I have dozens here) produces a cone and I cut them off and throw them away so my dogs don't get at them.

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  • Nice plants. Here in Florida, Sagos and other members of Cycas are considered worthless due their susceptibility to the white cycad scale. Because of it, keeping healthy, mature specimens in the garden is increasingly difficult. I'm glad to see that you have a pair of healthy looking plants.

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    • @Two_Puff

      Thanks. Their value is so relative to where you live. When I lived in CA over 20 years ago a small Sago (like 1 gallon) would cost $50.00 I had one and it grew really well in San Jose.. They're quite common here and I have about a dozen in the ground and about 2 dozen in pots from the "pups" they make.

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  • way cool rick , at first i thought it looked like a morel mushroom , lol its mushroom time up this way , , but way cool , i am trying to find a bamboo for the region up here , i know i had brought some home to alaska and it took off quite well, but having a hard time trying to find that one , if you have any ideas live to know , thanks alwways like your vids

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    • @kiska

      Hi T, thanks for commenting. I looked into bamboo a few years ago and planted a lot of it as a "natural fence" between me and my neighbor. You can see some of mine in the background of my last garden video.

      There are so many types and you can easily find some that will grow in your area. Ask your nursery what does well. The most basic thing to know about bamboo is that there are basically two types: Clumping and Running. Running Bamboo will start sprouts farther and far More..

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    • @RickBond thanks rick i will , i like the running as to close off my neighbors quickly LOL

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  • Thanks for the post. I just noticed a male sago in my development this last week. Now I'll be a-looking for his mate.

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    • @RugOutFromUnderYou

      Cat is mine, named BP. The Chihuahua is Roxie, my GF's dog. Roxie broke her arm and has been staying with me the past few weeks to recover, since my GF's dogs are puppies and too rough. BP and Roxie get along great!

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    • @RugOutFromUnderYou

      BP... That bitch isn't scared of anything!

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    • @RugOutFromUnderYou

      Ummm, no, not named after the oil spill!

      The cat wandered into my yard a few years ago and just made herself at home. I had no intention of keeping her, as I am not much of a cat person. Well, after a few days I was sitting on my porch holding her and petting her and my redneck friend says "Rick, I didn't know how much you liked black pussy"; so that's how she got her name.

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  • Pretty cool!

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  • Fucking boring! Watched it three times and still boring! This crap belongs on YouTube. What the fuck happened to YourSay? What the fuck happened to LiveLeak? Yawn!! ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ! Who cares? Go shoot yourself. Faggot! Garden videos suck!!

    LOL! Did I forget anything, Rick? BTW, that female Sago is hottt! Voted.

    Cheerz, buddy!

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    • @-sloop-

      Sure as shit, if Sloop trolls you, it's an honor!

      But, listen buddy, don't be lookin' at my girl's pussy like that...

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    • @RickBond hahaha as she sat laying there with her amazing wide-on flower.. sloop steps in and trys to Steal said flower.
      Unpossible sloop!!
      Rick and his palm flower bearing virgin is all his!!

      I'll fight for this 300-ish battle?
      whats that? im watching the T.V even though it's not on 8(
      nn r.b.
      nn sloop can you finish this smoke for me. im powdered toastman!

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  • Did you have a DoH! moment when you figured out ones a cock and the others a twat?
    Excuse french.
    Still Dig these vids of around your Joint!!

    Last year the rhubarb flowered which ive never seen before and her mom says she only recalls it doing once.

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    • @Unpossible

      Yeah, it surprised the shit out of me! I thought for sure every other comment was gonna be like "dumbshit, everyone knows this" so I guess I wasn't the only one surprised by this. Cheers, Un!

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    • @RickBond I just had my own Doh moment when i seen one that looked like a man thingy and the other looked like a womans thingy 8)

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  • I thought you might like to see some mutant ones. I’d love the gold one in the pics (figure 4) but they are rare as can be, and would be worth a small fortune if you get one and clone them.

    http://www.pacsoa.org.au/cycads/Cycas/revoluta-odd.html

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    • @wakeupnow

      Wow, the golden ones are spectacular. Never knew about the variegated ones either. To the untrained eye (mine) the variegated ones almost look like they're dying, but there is beauty in the symmetry. Thanks for the link!

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  • Cool video, thanks for that. You should get a small paintbrush, and get some of the pollen off the male cone, and brush it into the female’s parts, and if all has gone well, you will get some large orange seeds later on. Once they are ripe, you can sow them and make some new plants. I’m sure you know your Cycas revoluta is native to Japan where they grow on limestone rocks. They are one of the most attractive cycads.

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    • @wakeupnow

      I was reading up on this... Looks like the recommendation is to break the male cone off when its scales open up and it smells sweet (I never knew they smelled) and tap the cone over the female. The female looks like it's opening up, and she has a strong sweet smell, so she's ready.

      I know nothing about these plants other than what I've posted and what you've written. I didn't know they're native to Japan. Thanks for the info

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    • @fuchajen

      Closer together, or insect/bird pollination. These two are in my front yard about 50 feet apart. They might or might not have pollinated. Last week I took a cone off one and shook pollen on her. She's covered in splooge...

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  • Very cool, they usually plant male-female together, but she is too young still. The middle gets to be about 4x that large.

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