These seeds are harvested from a very beautiful and particular specie. It has special unique purple pink or sometimes white flowers with pink filament inside . Some little spines appear on the cactus. Lophophora williamsii variety Jourdaniana is from unknow origin. Slow growing lophophora williamsii jourdaniana . Because of the tap root they are very rot prone, so use highly gritty compost with much drainage. Requires half shade to part sun. Watering: waterings should be rather infrequent to keep the plant compact and not to become excessively elongated and unnatural in appearance, watering it properly is often difficult because this plant tends to crack open or rot if over-watered. The fact that the plant retracts into the soil and assume a grey-green colouring between watering, is perfectly natural and doesn’t cause any damage lophophora williamsii jourdaniana .
Overwintering: Keep completely dry and cool in winter (An unheated greenhouse would be perfect) or when night temperatures remain below 10° C, it can survive low temperatures (appr. -7°C) for a short period. Assure a good ventilation.
We can guess it is some kind of hybrid but exact origin is still a mystery. The plant can bloom a lot when it is mature but didn’t produce fruits as much as other species, and most of the time contain only few seeds lophophora williamsii jourdaniana .
Our Jourdaniana tend to multicluster at their early age so you can easily propagate them by cloning them when they are old.
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The origin of this variety is unkown but it is very likely that it is a nursery produced hybrid. Maybe a hybrid between Lophophora Williamsii and Lophophora diffusa var. fricii. No matter what, it´s definitely a species or variety that is genetically close to Lophophora diffusa.
Some people regard Lophophora williamsii var. Jourdania as a separate species and it depends on the taxonomic system that you use to classify them. In my opinion, the whole genus Lophophora is very variable and I dont think the plant should be regarded as a seperate species because traits like flower color can change dramatically within just one generation. I believe that this is a nursery produced hybrid and if you create a hybrid by crossing two plants, the resulting F1 outcome should not be regarded as a new species. There are countless natural hybrids and despite the fact that the offspring might look a bit different from the parents, it´s still a hybrid. In this case, Lophophora fricii was most likely the mother lophophora williamsii jourdaniana .
Some people mentioned that Lophophora Jourdaniana does not accept the pollen of other Lophophora´s. That being said, I heard that there are some Lophophora Jordaniana that in fact DO accept pollen from other Lophophora´s and I guess it has to do with the fact that Lophophora is mostly available as a cultivar/clone, which dramatically reduces the genetic health and sometimes even leads to a plant not being able to reproduce. But no matter what you believe Lophophora Jourdaniana to be, it definitely is a very interesting plant lophophora williamsii jourdaniana .
Some people even believe that it is a intergeneric hybrid between Lophophora and Turbinicarpus or Lophophora x Mammillaria. Well, who knows and sometimes, a grower succeeds in making a weird cross, just like the German grower Graeser, who once crossed Trichocereus Candicans and an Aporocactus. Again, the taxonomy of this plant is highly debatable and I dont want to blow in the same horn as many other people who constantly want to change the taxonmic ID of a plant. But just because you are not able to cross one specimen of Lophophora Williamsii and Lophophora Jourdanium with each other, it doesnt mean it´s not possible lophophora williamsii jourdaniana .