Trichocereus pachanoi is a South American cactus from the Andean regions of Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru and Chile. San Pedro has a long history of use as a teacher plant sacrament. Also known as Echinopsis pachanoi.
San Pedro loves full sun, once established. It can handle the cold and humidity, just keep it in the sun in the colder months and well-draining soil to handle the wetter months,
Approximately 25 or 100 seeds per packet.
Seed for sale is not from the exact plant pictured, but similar.
Please note that there is no guarantees with seed germination. It's best to research the plant’s needs & any specific techniques before hand.
Disclaimer: This is not an image of the actual seed, each seed packet will differ from this stock seed image.
These seeds are sold for cultivation & propagation purposes only.
Latin name: Trichocereus pachanoi
Common name: San Pedro, Pachanoi
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Please be aware that we use biodegrdble AF seed packets. They have a shelf life of less than 6 months. For long term storage to change your packaging.
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