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Lophophora Mix Seeds

Lophophora Mix Seeds
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In this package you can find a beautiful seed mix of Lophophora species such as: Lophophora williamsii, Lophophora diffusa, Lophophora fricii, Lophophora williamsii v. caespitosa. You name it!. All species and subspecies can be in here. Growing Lophophora williamsii (Peyote) Lophophora williamsii, the famous (for some infamous) Peyote cactus is a well known hallucinogenic cactus. There exist many names for the varieties and variations within the Lophophora family. The main species which are currently recognized are Lophophora diffusa, Lophophora fricii and Lophophora williamsii (Peyote). Lophophora diffusa is a separate species from the known Lophophora williamsii and is found at a few locations in the Mexican state of Querétaro. It is rather scarcely found, compared to Lophophora williamsii (Peyote). The natural environment of Lophophora (Peyote) Lophophora is a rather slow growing cactus species, native to Central Mexico and Texas. Lophophora williamsii, Lophophora diffusa and all other species and habitat variations grow in a great variety of locations within the Chihuahuan desert. They can be found in the shade of bushes or in full sunlight on open spaces. Unfortunately Peyote plants are getting more and more scarce in nature. Lophophora from Seed Lophophora seeds are not too difficult to germinate. It is important to ventilate well two or three weeks after germination of the seed. The seedlings will need some shade. Too much light will induce the Peyote seedlings to turn red to brown. When the seedlings get a shortage of light they will turn bright green to yellow and will grow too tall (etiolation). Usually, Peyote seeds germinate within 14 days but it might take longer depending on the quality of the seeds. Shayanashop's Lophophora seeds (and all other seeds) are harvested the same year or a year before selling. This guarantees good germination rates if you have all other seed germination factors like soil mix, light, humidity and temperature under control. it may take six to eight years for Lophophora species to reach the diameter of an adult cactus. Soil Mix For Adult Lophophora Plants Shayanashop uses the following soil mix with great success for all Lophophora species and varieties like Lophophora williamsii, Lophophora jourdaniana, Lophophora fricii, Lophophora diffusa and Lophophora williamsii v. caespitosa: One part clay One part regular potting soil (without peat) Four parts coarse sand Three parts fine grit (1-3 mm) A teaspoon of lime

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