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Peyote buttons, rooting.
    #4108121 - 04/28/05 07:55 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

So i came across some peyote buttons that the stork mistakenly sent to me via the mail.
Left them out to callous for a few days.

Just made a soil mix of some potting soil, some topsoil, and a pile of perlite (probably 40/60 organic/inorganic by volume) placed this on top of ~1 inch of rocks freshly sterilized out of the local lake.

I'm concerned however, due to the fact that the buttons are slightly shriveled and squishy. The larger one (~1.25 inchs across) is much more firm, but i fear for the baby (freakin tiny, ~.25 inch across, if even that)
I placed them on the soil which i throughly wetted down, and pushed them down a bit, more so with the little one than the big one.

Being entirely unfamiliar with cacti, is the loss of water during the callousing period normal? Do i have some decent hope of rooting the baby?

Any points where i screwed up or could improve? Any tips or suggestions would be much appreciated.


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Re: Peyote buttons, rooting. [Re: Randolph_Carter]
    #4108140 - 04/28/05 07:58 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

they sound like they'll do fine. the larger one should do fine, the baby might as well. it can take a few weeks for roots to develop. just make sure they don't get too hot. room temperature (70 degrees) should be fine. Good luck!


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Re: Peyote buttons, rooting. [Re: Funguy]
    #4108874 - 04/28/05 11:11 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

use a plate under your vase and water from below - this will help the soft button and help root them all...


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