Peru, Seeds from Brazil (SKU 3934)
Whole Cebil seeds from Brazil supplied by a travelling ethnobotanist who was passing through Europe. This product is a one-off and will not be re-stocked.
|3934||Peru||seeds||5 gr||$ 3.44|
|10 gr||$ 6.09|
|25 gr||$ 13.48|
|50 gr||$ 23.85|
|100 gr||$ 42.21|
|0570||Peru||seeds||whole||5 gr||$ 5.67|
|10 gr||$ 10.13|
|25 gr||$ 22.60|
|50 gr||$ 40.37|
|100 gr||$ 72.07|
|250 gr||$ 160.88|
|500 gr||$ 287.28|
|0430||Peru||seeds||powdered||25 gr||$ 8.92|
|50 gr||$ 15.93|
|100 gr||$ 28.45|
|250 gr||$ 63.51|
|500 gr||$ 113.40|
|0864||Brazil||seeds||whole||10 gr||$ 6.39|
|25 gr||$ 14.28|
|50 gr||$ 25.49|
|100 gr||$ 45.52|
Anadenanthera, from the genus Leguminosae (Pea family), is a beautiful delicate fern-leaved tree with spreading branches, white puff-ball flowers and dark leather brown pods with 10-15 mm diameter black pip seeds. It resembles the Lead Tree (Leucaena leucocephala), the Albizia (Albizia julibrissin) and many other legume trees, but it has the most delicate doubly pinnately-compound Mimosa leaves. Plants need full sunlight and prefer well-drained soil. Let the soil dry completely between watering. Cebil (Anadenanthera colubrina) can handle some short term freezing conditions. Yopo (Anadenanthera peregrina) is a species that occurs naturally and cultivated in the open plains or llanos region of the Orinoco basin of Colombia and Venezuela, in savannahs and light forests in British Guiana and in Brazil in the open grasslands.
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This natural product is delivered with no expressed or implied fitness for any specific purpose. It is simply a raw botanical specimen. The product is packaged as botanical specimen and is not intended, branded, labelled, or marketed as a consumer product.
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