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Lophophora williamsii - Mixed Random Variety x30 Fresh Seeds

Lophophora williamsii - Mixed Random Variety x30 Fresh Seeds

Lophophora williamsii - Mixed Variety

• x30 Fresh Seeds

Contains Random Mixed Variety of:

Caespitosa

Cardona

Calabacillal

Cuatrocienegas

Decipiens

Echinata

El Amparo

El Coyote

El Oso

Grau Blau (Grey-Blue)

Hipolito

Hausteca Canyon

Huizache

La Paloma

Las Coloradas

Loma de Verde

Mazapil

Menchaca

Mirando City

Nuevo Yucatan

Ocampo

Parras

Pentagona

Ramos Arizpe

Reynosa

San Antonio

San Pablo

Sierra Paila

Texana

Villa Arista

Villa Garcia

Weisse Bluete

We add portions of all of our LW Varieties and mix them all up in a big bag, so the mix is totally at random.

Lophophora williamsii, is a small spineless cactus, native to Mexico and southwestern Texas.

It is found primarily in the Chihuahuan Desert and in the states of Coahuila, Nuevo León, Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosí among scrub, especially where there is limestone.

There are often significant, vertical ribs consisting of low and rounded or hump-like bumps. From the cusp areoles arises a tuft of soft, yellowish or whitish woolly hairs. Spines are absent.

Flowers are pink or white to slightly yellowish, sometimes reddish. They open during the day, are from 1 to 2.4 centimeters long, and reach a diameter from 1 to 2.2 centimeters.

The cactus produces flowers sporadically; these are followed by small edible pink fruit. The club-shaped to elongated, fleshy fruits are bare and more or less rosy colored.

At maturity, they are brownish-white and dry. The fruits do not burst open on their own and they are between 1.5 and 2 centimeters long. They contain black, pear-shaped seeds that are 1 to 1.5 mm long and 1 mm wide.

The seeds require hot and humid conditions to germinate.

*Please note, we only ship within Australia, we do not post internationally.*

    $21.00Price
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