Echinopsis scopulicola may reach a height of 4 metres and has lovely blooms that emerge only at night. It includes the hallucinogenic chemical mescaline, same as the well-known peyote. Echinopsis scopulicola is an excellent addition to a psychedelic garden since it is easy to cultivate and gratifying to grow.

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Super Pedro (Echinopsis Scopulicola)

Echinopsis scopulicola (also known as Trichocereus scopulicolus) is a cactus endemic to Bolivia. It is one of numerous species that contain the renowned mescaline molecule and may induce profound psychedelic experiences. The mythical Super Pedro (Echinopsis Scopulicola) is certainly the most renowned of these cacti, presumably followed by the San Pedro variant. However, mescaline is found in a variety of cacti.

The Echinopsis scopulicola cactus may reach heights of up to 4 metres. It has enormous and lovely blooms that open at night and shut again in the morning. This permits them to save water in the wild during long, hot, and dry days. Echinopsis scopulicola has extremely small spines, making it ideal for individuals who like their cactus to be less spikey.


Echinopsis scopulicola should be easy to cultivate for individuals who are used to raising cacti and succulents. In reality, it’s a rather easy plant to cultivate. It, like many other cacti, tends to dry out little between waterings, even withering significantly. Allowing it to dry in this manner reduces the possibility of mould and fungal illnesses.

Super Pedro (Echinopsis Scopulicola)

During the growing season, repotting and fertilisation might aid in growth. Allow the soil to dry out for a week or so after repotting before watering for the first time. This drastically reduces the likelihood of root rot.


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