Plants - Drugs Mind - Spirit Freedom - Law Arts - Culture Library  
Erowid References Database
Hooker WJ.. 
“Tab. 4296. ECHINOCACTUS Williamsii. Mr. Williams' Echinocactus”. 
Curtis's Botanical Magazine. 1847 85-87;73.
A neatly-formed species, which has a very pretty appearance when its starry blossoms are expanded. We received several plants of it at the Royal Gardens of Kew, through the favour of the Real del Monte Company, from the rocky hills of their district of mines in Mexico, with many other treasures. It flowers in the summer.
Notes # : First known botanical description of peyote
Comments and Responses to this Article
Submit Comment
[ Cite HTML ]