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Over 40 Varieties of Cactus Seeds - 2500 Seeds - Free Shipping
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Over 40 Varieties of Cactus Seeds
40 Cactus Seeds Varieties
9 Varieties of Mammilaria
|Mammillaria bocasana v. roseiflora||
6 Varieties of Ferocactus
2 Varieties of Echinocactus
5 Varieties of Parodia
|1 Varietie of Melocactus||Melocactus matanzanus||20 Seeds|
|1 Varietie of Stetsonia||Stetsonia coryne||100 Seeds|
|1 Varietie of Cleistocactus||Cleistocactus strausii||200 Seeds|
2 Varieties of Aloe
3 Varieties of Astrophytum
|Astrophytum ornatum var. mirbelii|
|1 Varietie of Haageocereus||Haageocereus versicolor||20 Seeds|
|1 Varietie of Pilosocereus||Pilosocereus chrysacanthus||20 Seeds|
|1 Varietie of Oreocereus||Oreocereus fossulatus||20 Seeds|
|1 Varietie of Echinopsis||Echinopsis oxygona||100 Seeds|
|1 Varietie of Neobuxbaumia||Neobuxbaumia polylopha||20 Seeds|
3 Varieties of Kalanchoe
|Kalanchoe beharensis var nuda|
2 Varieties of Haworthia
|Haworthia fasciata var. concolor|
- Heirloom Non-GMO Strains with Guaranteed High Germination Rate is about 85%.
- Very Easy to Grow, It can be Planted in a Plastic Box intdoors or Outdoors.
- These cactus plants absorb radiation, make it a great choice for the House or the office.
- You will also get a free E-Book Including Instructions explaining How to grow cactus seeds and start your succulent business.
- You’ll be your own Cactus Seeds producer And You’ll Have Plenty To Share!
- All Hand Packaged, Environmental Business.
- We want to share the fun of planting with you, and most importantly, we will not buy or sell seeds that have been genetically modified.
- MADE IN MOROCCO * 2020 Open Pollinated Seeds
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The seeds arrived in 25 days and looked good. There are quite a few varieties as the seeds do look different, however the differences will most likely be visible when they mature. I am quite new to both cacti and growing plants from seed, but from the reaserch I've done it's easy to get them to germinate. What I have done is I took a food containers that has a transparent lid. Then I microwaved a very light soil mix to make sure all the pathogens were gone. You don't need a lot of soil for your container, I put about .5 of an inch. I sprayed it ,with a spray bottle that had filtered water in it, just enough for the top of the soil to be moist. Then I sprinkled a few seeds on top of the soil and put the lid on. I have artificial lights and those may or may not have had an impact on the germination rate. I would say most if not all the seeds germinated maybe about 90%. Most germinated in the first week. After about two weeks I sprayed a little more water on top of the soil, but not on the cacti themselves.