not a grafted plant, but it is not it's natural way of growth.
wild, it grows almost sub-terrain.
|Author: ||Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg 1843
aselliformis, H.P.Kelsey & Dayton 1942.
aselliforme, F.A.C.Weber 1898.
aselliformis F.A.C.Weber, 1898.
Anhalonium aselliforme, F.A.C.Weber,
Ariocarpus aselliformis, F.A.C.Weber.
Pelecyphora aselliformis var. concolor, Hook.f.
This member of the
Cactaceae family was first described by Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg in
1843. It is found in Mexico, growing in grit, over 1800 meters height.
Receiving little water in summer and none in winter. Grows in the shade of
bushes, it is not getting direct sun midday. It will grow to 5 centimetres
in diameter and 10 centimetres in height. The flowers are pink, and it can
be reproduced both by seeds and cuttings. Many graft them to get better
growth. I found mine at Lakerweld in, Holland in 2003.
This Cactaceae contains a
very strong hallucinogen ( psychedelic) which will provide a very deep
and earthly trip. It contains mescaline.