Barrel Cactus Seed Echinocactus grusonii – 100 Count
100 Echinocactus grusonii Barrel Cactus Seeds for sale picked and packed by James, these little guys sprout well, and will grow into Golden Beauties with a little love! All $ from these sales goes directly into his pocket/account, he’s an awesome saver, very thrifty with his money, and he loves getting sales! and he always adds extras.
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As the seeds look healthy and 2/3 of the way through counting them i reached 100. im going to leave a review now. great buy for a great price. (wonders if more cactus seed types will be coming around soon.) comes in a tiny brown paper envelope. ill be transferring to my own preferred seed packet (to be clear just being particular. the little envelope was great quality and a good storage receptacle for seeds.) have them germinating 2 different ways.
There were moor than 100 Seeds in this order, as always the Source is very generous with there orders. I will be Germinating in 2 weeks, and i know i won’t be disappointed. I will be back for moor. Thanks
My daughter and I, are growing these as home-school project. It is so fun to watch the seedlings emerge.
I was missing an item from my order and contacted customer service about it. I received a response within an hour and the missing product in two days. I love my plants and will definitely be ordering from here again.
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100 Echinocactus grusonii Barrel Cactus Seeds for sale picked and packed by James, these little guys sprout well, and will grow into Golden Beauties with a little love! All $ from these sales goes directly into his pocket/account, he’s an awesome saver, very thrifty with his money, and he loves getting sales! and he
Where to buy cactus seeds
I know of no other plant that can take as much abuse and neglect as the cacti and still provide us with profuse blooms and its unique appearance. They are hardy, resilient and take up very little space. Often they will grow where no other plant will. They are truly the perfect windowsill plant. I hope my low prices will make it possible for you to enjoy these magnificent plants. I have listed a few of my favorites below.
Many thanks to our friends at Sticky Situation Cacti for the use of their photos. Please visit their site for live plants.
Most cacti seeds require light for germination. For maximum germination, we highly recommend using our VG07 Seedcover for tiny and pelleted seeds.
CACTUS CARE TIPS FOR SEEDS/PLANTS
PLANTING YOUR SEEDS
With a little patience and effort, you should have no problem raising beautiful cacti from the seeds you receive from us. Please remember that the seeds will sprout over a period of time, so don’t be disappointed when only a few first start to sprout. The others will arrive given time. Usually most of the seeds will sprout between 3-10 weeks.
Bottom heat will give faster results, but is not an absolute necessity. If you can provide bottom heat, then by all means do so. If you cannot, then use shallow containers that can be covered with glass or plastic. The containers should be large enough to allow for 2 inches of crushed gravel or sharp sand (aquarium sand will do fine) to facilitate drainage. On top of the sand or gravel, you will need to place about 2 inches of sterilized soil. I recommend a mixture of 1 part sharp sand and 1 part peat humus. It is very important that the soil is sterilized. Heating soil in an oven at 200 degrees for 15 minutes is a good way to assure it is properly sterlized.
Soak the soil with water mixed with fungicide. This will prevent damping off later on. Allow excess water to drain off. Press seeds lightly into soil and cover with about 1/8 inch of soil. Cover with glass or plastic and place in warm location. Keep soil damp but not wet. I suggest misting the surface regularly.
After the seeds have begun to sprout, leave the glass or plastic in place. Leave on for about two weeks. In the meantime make sure the container does not receive direct sunlight as this may kill the plants. When the cover is removed, make sure that the plants do not receive any strong drafts or sudden temperature changes. It will take a couple of days for the seedlings to become hardy.
CARING FOR YOUR PLANTS.
A few tips on caring for your new plants:
Never use tap water or alkaline water. Rainwater is best but tap water that has set in an open container for 2 days will be fine.
Cacti cannot tolerate high alkaline soil. Check your soil for ph if you have problems with cacti.
Use fungicide mixed in with your water often when watering.
Use very weak solutions of plant food when feeding. Too much fertilize will distort your plants.
Never expose young seedlings to direct sunlight. They need bright, diffused sunlight.
The quickest way to kill a cacti is overwatering it. Let soil dry out before rewatering.
Cacti are succeptable to aphids, mealy bugs, white flies and spider mites. Treat soil with systemic insecticides and add paradichlorobenzene crystals to soil if possible.
If a plant show signs of rot due to overwatering, cut out the affected part immediately. If the top of the plant is cut off, let it air dry for a few days then repot. Often it will reroot itself.
Brown scarring is often a sign of too much sunlight. Move plants to a more protected location.
If possible, let plants spend first winter in original planter the seeds were sowed in. If overcrowding will not allow this, try to disturb the roots as little as possible.
OTHER CACTI AND SUCCULENT RELATED PAGES ON THE NET
The Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum and the
Arid Lands Newsletter, both at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Exotic and Unusual Cacti Seeds from around the World