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.