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Jackalope seeds

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Jackalope specifications

The Jackalope has a Citrus, Flowery, Earthy, Pungent and Skunk taste and the jackalope has a happy, aroused, relaxed, sleepy and talkative effects.You cannot buy Jackalope seeds in one single seedbank on the internet, as soon as we know a shop which are selling Jackalope seeds, we will post it here.

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Jackalope features well stocked nurseries with a great selection of vegetables, trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, succulents and houseplants. Unlike big box stores and some local nurseries, we have friendly and knowledgeable staff to help you with questions and selections. No gimmicks, no memberships, and no false lures. When we have sales, we have sales.

We carry a large variety of plants, seeds and gardening supplies.

We always stock up on seasonal items as you are getting ready for a blooming spring, a sunny summer, a colorful autumn, or a wonder-filled winter. All year round, we have gorgeous and unique plants ready for purchase when you need that perfect gift for that somebody special. We also carry seeds, fertilizer, soil amendments, plant pharmaceuticals, hats and visors, and a whole host of useful gardening supplies.

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This 8″ x 10″ print from Stacey Sullivan de Maldonado of Los Muertos Fine Art Works Archival Art Print, comes protected within an acid-free plastic slipcover with a resealable top. A cardboard insert is included to prevent any bending to the artwork. Also a custom description explaining the meaning and inspiration behind the artwork is included which compliments the art piece whether it is a gift for someone special or something for you to cherish forever.

Dia de Los Muertos is traditionally celebrated on November 1st and 2nd throughout Mexico and the Southwestern United States. In celebration, Dia de los Muertos altars are created. Upon them, pictures of the deceased are placed, along with many favorite foods, drinks, and activities the deceased cherished while they were alive. Candles are lit which decorate the altars and graveyards to light the soul’s way back home for this beautiful reunion. Trinkets and gifts these souls were fond of during life, are brought to communicate to the deceased that they are still very alive in the hearts of those they left behind. The beauty of the lives they lived will continue to be remembered with joy, even though they no longer share in the same ‘physical’ reality.

Dia de los Muertos – Day of the Dead “Los Muertos” art is all inspired by the beautiful celebration of “Dia de Los Muertos'” or “Day of the Dead”. The artwork represents and speaks from the same places of beauty and power that this holiday was built from. “Los Muertos” art is meant to show life and death as one eternal entity. You cannot have one without the other. In understanding death, as a part of life, you can embrace and accept it rather than fear it. It also encompasses the belief that our souls are eternal, and that each new birth or death is simply another stage in our soul journey. The symbol of the skeleton or skull is used to signify death and rebirth. Instead of fearing death, through these symbols it is celebrated, embraced and considered to be a “moving-on” to a higher level of consciousness.