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Good source for San Pedro cuttings?

Discussion in 'Hallucinatory Substances' started by 570Grow, Feb 19, 2018.


    570Grow Member

    Ive found one called the succulent source, but wondering if there’s any that are better. Looking for 2 12” cuttings, unless there’s a legal loophole to buy buttons....
  2. Bouncing Bear Botanicals you might have to reach out to them directly to ask.

    Ebay as well has quite a few listings..

    Keep us posted what you find and I will do the same.

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Check local nurseries.
    It is not illegal and often sold as ornamentals.

    buy a piece and cut into slices 3 spines high. pack them on dry sandy soil and leave em for a month or so then lightly pick them up to check if they have roots yet... No water required
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    757growin Well-Known Member

    I bought mine in town from a privately owned nursery.

    nurrgle Member

    I have some San Pedro as well as the Bidgesii for Suculent Source. They were all big and had roots when they got here.

    Actually I have a Bolivian Torch from them as well. I haven’t harvested anything but they are all strong correct specimens.

    ANC Well-Known Member

    The best way to make more is to simply place a stump horizontally on the ground. The pups the horizontal root base creates grow exponentially faster than just planting the stumps upright.
    I have a 3-foot piece I threw in a windowsill planter. Its pups are pushing 10-feet plus. Other vertical cuts of the same age are maybe 2 to 4 feet now.
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