Tag - lophophora williamsii

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Peyote seeds germination

Propagating Peyote from seeds is a really rewarding experience but require great patience as lophophora williamsii is a really slow growing cactus.Peyote seeds can remain viable for years if kept dormant in a dry and dark place. You can get seeds from your own cactus plant or here, mature lophophora williamsii flower in response to watering and harvesting will produce a pink fruit containing 6-10 seeds, I sometimes got up to 30 seeds per pod by out crossing them. Peyote flowers should...

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peyote seeds

The best and most affordable way to start your own peyote nursery is to grow your lophophora from seeds. That is the way I started 15 years ago.You can buy them here here or you can get them from your own plant. For that purpose you will need a lophophora but 2 of them is better. First you will wait that your precious cactus bloom at the same time if you have 2 of them. Normally the fruit will come...

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How to get peyote seeds?

Of course you can buy lophophora williamsii seeds, but you can also get them from your own peyote cactus. Lophophora will naturally produce a fruit containing seeds after its flower stops blooming, so never put out a dry flower. It can take a few days to 1 month or more for the fruit to come, sometimes it never comes, nature decides to make it happen or not. The fruit usually contains 5-10 seeds and if cross-pollinated, the number can increase to 20 or more seeds. The cross-pollination process is made naturally when a bee comes to get some pollen from one lophophora then goes to another lophophora (have...

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