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!

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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.

Manual Peyote Seeds

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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    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.


    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.


    Hard to germinate
    Primo acquisto pessimo: di 40 semi ne ha germinato solo uno, in vaschette di plastica della frutta chiuse con cellophane e con terriccio universale 50% perlite 50%. Alla seconda volta che li ho acquistati, mettendoli in un Terriccio per piante grasse 50% perlite 50%, piccola serra in plastica, ne sono germinati solo 8.


    Hard to germinate
    The first time I ordered 20 seeds only two of them germinated (along with 18 of 20 San Pedro seeds!) I ordered another 40 and only 6 of them germinated.


    25% germinated
    I bought 3 packets of seeds because I knew the majority of seeds wouldn't germinate. Out of 60 seeds 14 peyotes came to life.


    The seeds arrived destroyed!
    Only 5 seeds arrived in optimal condition, all the others were broken. I was really excited about make my own peyotes but now I'm only frustrated. This is a shame because zamnesia is an amazing website! I hope mine was matter of bad luck and that any other costumer will have to be as angry as me


    Be patient
    After I ordered the seeds, it took me a almost a year before I finally sowed them. Analysis paralysis, I guess, as I thought I needed to create the perfect soil mix and never got round to it. Eventually I put plain vermiculite in a pot, watered and drained it well and put the seeds on top with a cover of saran wrap. The first seedling sprouted after exactly one week. Now, one month after sowing, I have six little ones soaking up spring sunlight. Very happy with the process!

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Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) 20 seeds
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