Lophophora Williamsii var. Shafter Cactus Seeds


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Lophophora Williamsii Var. Shafter Cactus Seeds

Shafter is a ghost town in Presidio County, Texas. Shafter was once a bustling mining town with a population as high as 4000, in 1940. It was a large mining town in the early 1900’s. Shafter Texas was once the site of a small Northern Lophophora williamsii population until it was wiped out in the early 21st century.

Lophophora williamsii seeds are produced by a small spineless cactus native to Mexico and South Texas.

The Lophophora cactus will grow to a blue cactus with a globular shape. Lophophora williamsii produces white wool and grows ribs in well-defined lines as it ages.

See our Lophophora specimen plants for live cacti, or other varieties of Lophophora cactus seeds.

Cactus propagation page contains useful Lophophora seed sowing tips.

Weight 0.01 lbs

10, 25


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