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Seeds for the peyote cactus (lophophora williamsii), growing instructions are included.

The peyote cactus grows very slowly. It takes about a year for the seeds to produce roots and start growing.

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The seeds are for germination and cultivation only, not for consumption.

Lophophora Williamsii Seed Growing Instructions

1 ê Fill seed trays or small pots with compost mix and flatten mix down gently. (Any seedling mix purchased at your home and garden centre will do. Premier” Pro Mix found at Rona is one of the best.)
2 ê Soak the compost using boiling water to kill parasites. Once soaked, allow to drain and cool for about an hour.
3 ê Sprinkle seeds evenly over the compost mix, and then gently press seeds down and level with top of mix using a spoon.
4 ê Cover with seed tray cover, or enclose pots in zip lock plastic bags.
5 ê Place under grow lights or in a well lit window but not in direct sunlight as this could scorch your seedlings. Temperature should be between 60 to 100 degrees F (15 degrees C to 37.5 degrees C).
6 ê If pots are placed in zip lock bags water might not be needed for months. If seed trays begin to dry out, spray to moisten the surface.
7 ê Seeds should germinate within 2 to 14 days.
8 ê When seedlings are about six weeks old begin sliding tops of trays a little each day to acclimatize seedlings to surrounding environment. If using pots in zip lock bags, begin poking small holes each day for a couple of weeks to acclimatize seedlings.
9 – Keep seedlings in indirect sunlight for about six months, and then slowly let them have more light. Seedlings should have a lush green color if the light levels are right. If the epidermis turns red it means they are getting too much light. If so raise lights or shade window with appropriate material possibly cheese cloth.
10 ê Be in no hurry to repot your seedlings. Lophophora enjoys the company of others, so wait until they are really fighting for room.

Seedlings will germinate in three to ten days, but can and have germinated in as little as twenty four hours. Initially theyêll appear as little green balls, but a trained eye will soon notice the cotyledons and first set of areoles.

Extra Growing Information for the Real Enthusiast

Lights ê I keep my lights on using timers. Nothing elaborate is needed. Lights should be turned on for twelve to sixteen hours a day.

Temperature ê Most plants seem to like fluctuating temperature, and Lophophora does as well. If the temperature is either to hot or too cold seeds will not germinate. Lophophora seems to bear temperatures between 5 and 41 degrees C. For germination purposes I have found that a day time temperature of anything from 25 to 41 degrees C works very well, so long as the night time temperature does decrease. Night time temperatures should drop lower than 25 degrees C, and as low as 10 degrees C. There seems to be a cross over between day and night time temperature that actually cause the seeds to sprout, and unless this cross over is met most of your seeds will not germinate.
The maximum temperatures vary from 29.1 degrees centigrade to 40.2 degrees, and minimum temperatures range from 1.9 to 10.2 degrees centigrade. Also, in the wild Lophophora exhibits a wide range of aridity, between 64.0 and 394.0.

Adult Peyote plants can tolerate temperatures within a range of 45-100 degrees Fahrenheit. If soil is kept dry, it can survive temperatures as low as 30o F. Frequent watering and a shade cloth will protect it from temperatures exceeding 120 degrees F. Peyote is very sensitive to frost or prolonged near freezing temperatures and is easily injured or killed by frost. It should be brought inside in locations where the temperatures drop below 40 degrees F.

Water – In the growing season, I water my plants twice a week on a regular basis. Some might think this excessive but my plants are robust and very healthy. I also add a very light fertilizer with every watering.

The Peyote cactus grows very slowly, but after that you definitely have something. Learn to grow your own cactus with the Peyote seeds from Avalon!

Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) 20 seeds

With our freshly harvested high quality Lophophora williamsii (Peyote) seeds you can now grow your own Peyote cacti at home. As compared to fully grown Peyote cacti plants, cultivating your own Peyote can be more economic because you can grow them at relatively low cost. Plus, being able to watch your Peyote seeds grow to full-grown flowering plants can make for a fascinating hobby all on its own!

Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) 20 seeds
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Lophophora williamsii (Peyote) Seeds Freshly Harvested Ensure Maximum Growing Success

Our high quality Lophophora williamsii (Peyote) seeds are always freshly harvested to ensure maximum seed germination and growing success. Chances are that you will also find some extra seeds with your order so you can always have a nice number of lophophora williamsii seedlings.

Growing lophophora williamsii or any other cacti isn’t too difficult if you just get some basic essentials right. To make things easy right from the start and to help ensure maximum success with raising your own cacti and succulents from seed we also provide detailed and easy growing instructions.

Lophophora williamsii (Peyote) is a native of Mexico and the Southern US which means it loves very dry and sun-drenched growing conditions. Peyote grows best in very mineral soil. A mix of 50% sand, 25% grit or bims and 25% regular potting soil has proven to the best growing medium for these types of special cacti.

When you grow Peyote, ensure a minimum temperature of 10ºC and plenty of direct sunlight and your Peyote cacti will be thriving. Peyote will grow to a pale green cactus with a globular shape with pink/white flowers.

Content: Package with 20 Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) Seeds

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Bonne germination dans l’ensemble
Pour l’instant un taux de 40% de germination et meme s’il va falloir attendre de longues annees pour pouvoir en profiter!

Healthy seedlings
My baby Lophophora williamsii are looking great. Although I only had 5/20 of them actually germinate I think this was due to a mistake of my own. These seeds needs to sense a big difference between day and night temperature to kick-start their germination but I planted them in the midst of heatwave during which the temperature did not drop much at night.

Highly recommended
First time we have ever planted cactus seeds 4 weeks in and we are loving it, I wasn’t expecting much from this but we are surprised how many look healthy. Thank you so much guys, brilliant all round service, sending you all blessings

Non ne è uscito nemmeno uno
Ho piantato una ventina di semi seguendo alla lettera tutte le istruzioni in maniera scrupolosa, documentandomi anche su altri siti specializzati nella germinazione di cactus. Sono passati ormai due mesi ma non è spuntato assolutamente nulla.

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très bien merci

Peyote all around!
My first self grown peyotes had a really good germination quote! 15/20 came out, so that’s really good!

Multiple purchases
From my first 20 seed, I had a 60% germination rate. One later bit the dust, due to the way the seedling germinated onto a piece of perlite. So I changed up my game a bit, got sharp sand from garden Center. Washed it many times, and filtered and graded it. Perlite, in my experience is bloody annoying. When misting it blows around like tumble weed, so you end up misting from such a distance! So I put 50% perlite and sieved soil in my tub. Water it with rain water or bottled water. I now use bottled water entirely because there’s no need to sterilise whereas rain water can develop algae in your tubs, which will kill them off. And boiling rain water is such a waste of life. Anyway! Now your mix is burning your hand, leave to cool for a couple minutes. Then get some sand, with very small gravel chipping from the sharp sand. mix again with sieved soil. Cover all the perlite in about half a cm of this mix. Spray it down! If you don’t spray it down now, your seed will not sit how you want them to. Don’t soak the shit out of it, just mist. Then pop your seed on, and ever so lightly dust with dry washed sterilised sand, like putting a fine layer of icing sugar on a cake. This is to retain moisture around the seed. Do not bury! This method has made for much healthier looking loph’s, and seemingly improved many factors of the grow. Like having a seedling stick to a piece of perlite and it gradually tipping and having a shitty time. I also use dry sand to feather in tipping plants as this covers the root. Again don’t bury your plants!

thumbs up
Cacti growth guide at zamnesia is really good. Now I have 60 cacti growing in my greenhouse. I hope to plant them into one big pot in a spiral formation when they are bigger to transplant. I recommend to get more seed than you need because cacti seeds are tricky to bloom at first.

awesome!
I cant wait for the cacti to start growing! . but they do take their time

Medie Possibilità
La metà sono venuti su, gli altri no.

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