You can be the envy of all your friends.
Imagine owning a coffee table that doubles as a grow station for hallucinogenic (and some non-hallucinogenic) cacti.
Now you can.
48"x19"x16"tall, with 6 fluorescent strips and a timer.
Lophophora williamsii var. caespitosa (peyote) 1 (3 yrs old)
Epithelantha micromeris 1 full grown (4+ yrs old) and two small ones (2 yrs old)
Trichocereus pachanoi (San Pedro) 20-25 (2 yrs old)
Trichocereus peruvians (Peruvian Torch) 40-50 (2 yrs old)
Pereskiopsis spathula 19 (cuttings, they grow fast)
Myrtillocactus geometrizans (Blue Myrtle) 6 (2 yrs old)
Mammilaria (species unknown) (fish hook cactus) 7 (2 yrs old)
The first two non-hallucinogenics are good grafting cacti. The last one is just pretty when it gets large
The hallucinogenics... I was away for a while last year, and the person taking care of my cacti didn't take excellent care of them. Both types of trichocereus suffered while I was away, esp. the pachanoi, but most of both are very healthy.
All of these cacti fit underneath the table.
I grew almost all of these cacti from seed (except for the ones that are more than two years old. I bought those, and the Lophophora alone cost me $50).
I made the table out of unvarnished, good quality plywood. It is legal to own all of these cacti in Canada, but it is illegal to possess, buy, or sell them for drug-related purposes.
It must be sold before June 8. In-person pick-up only. You'll need a car. Bring over your laptop, transfer the bitcoins to me, and think about how cool you'll be.