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I got a nickel size peyote growin. it started out green, but after i started puting it outside in direct sunlight its started to turn a purpilish color (and grow alot faster, well, fast for a peyote), with some green still coloring it. What does this mean?
It may be getting too much sun. If it's growing that's a good sign but I'd put it in the shade for a while. Color changes often mean they are stressed. Peyote rarely can take full sun before they are a couple years old.
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