Lophophora Diagonalis Cacti Seeds
As classified by the late taxonomist Schmoll who recognized this as a unique species. Ultimately classification via the publication of a species is a statement of opinion based on observation. Worthy of the collection.
These fresh Lophophora cactus seeds will grow into a blueish plant with a globular shape. The Lophophora cactus, also known as peyote, is a rare spineless cactus native to Mexico and South Texas. Lophophora produces white wool and grows ribs in well-defined lines as it ages, these ribs can be used as an indicator of the plants approximate age. Most plants young plants have 5 ribs, while older specimens can reach up to 13 ribs. It usually grows solitary, but can also grow caespitose. It maintains a large subterranean taproot which acts as a water reservoir during the dry season. It is a very rewarding cactus to grow because of its lack of spines, and once mature it regularly displays beautiful pink flowers throughout the summer months.
If looking for rare localities, or other Lophophora cacti to complete your cactus collection find them with our Lophophora cactus seeds.
Cactus propagation page contains useful Lophophora seed sowing tips.