How you can help by preserving
your own protected colony of plants as a reserve against the plundered
wild population, is to contact
me and buy a plant.
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Peyote cactus seeds cost GB Pounds £10
year old Peyote Plants ~20-25mm dia - cost GB Pounds £40
My plants are slow grown to approximate
the hard conditions encountered in nature; resting cool and dry for
half the year, when they sleep and have their own dreams!
As a by-product of their slow growth, their life force is concentrated,
My plants, unlike some I have sampled,
have not had accelerated growth.
They are not forced bags of water, swollen and bloated in appearance
and with their alkaloid concentration considerably reduced.
Soft fast grown plants are also prone to
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All my plants have been grown from seed in The
E.U. over the last 30 years.
The Peyote has evolved to thrive in the New Mexico
Desert, where there is bright sunlight every day, and rain only 3 or
4 times a year, most years!
The Peyote has a fat root much like a carrot
and can be grown in a standard "Cactus Compost". A clay pot
The Peyote will travel to you with little or
no soil or pot in a padded envelope by post.
Pot it up when it arrives in the recommended
I have found, by experiment, that no harm came
to my test plants that were kept in a padded envelope for 4 weeks. But
3 days is all yours should have to endure.
As a rough guide to watering I suggest you stand
the well draining potted peyote in water - not so deep as to wet the
green top - for half an hour, once a month from late Spring to early
The slowest growing of cacti the peyote is dormant
Maximum sunlight .
Well draining soil.
Water on soil, when dry, in
Drying out, between watering.
A minimum temperature of 10
The Peyote Hates
A combination of the above
hates - will kill.
This site may look ancient
It is the result of an evening class in Dreamweaver 4 website construction
I attended in 2002.
But it is current and working, thank you very much.
Now in Feb. 2015.
They are all having their winter sleep.
This is a good time to travel to a new home with no disruption to growth.