Friday, September 9, 2011

Dried Trichocereus Incense back in stock

We have a limited quantity and overwhelming demand, so please order soon if you need some.   It's a great incense, and perfect for soapmaking!

Monday, July 11, 2011

Dried Trichocereus (San Pedro Cactus) Incense and other products

Dear Customers:

Look here:

If you are looking for Dried Trichocereus bridgesii incense, Poppy seeds, Kava plants, or Kratom plants, or other ethnobotanicals please email me as I have a lot of stock at the moment .

 Thanks for your continued patronage.

Friday, July 1, 2011

San Pedro Cactus Google Group is forming

I started this group to facillitate discussion of this awesome cactus and it's relatives.  Feel free to stop by or join.  We have a few quality members so far who love to discuss all things Cacti.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Word Press blog for Uncommon Cactus

I'm trying out the "other" blogging software to see if I like it better, and will be posting some of my articles about growing cacti and ethnobotanical plants over there from time to time.

Here's the address:

Friday, June 3, 2011

Another member of the family: Uncommon Botanicals

I am pleased to present another fine addition to our family, a new webiste Specializing in Kratom, Kanna, Betel Nut and Chocolate.

 "LIKE" us on Facebook to enter to win a sampler pack of our Kratom.

Thanks for all your continued support! 

Thursday, April 28, 2011

What a customer had to say.

I'd like to really give a heartfelt thanks to Frank T. who posted this awesome review online:

"Quality plants, best root structure; healthy leaves, packaged well for shipping; a courteous and helpful supplier, who sends great potting soil free!"

Thanks again Frank.  I'll be sending you some plants for free, as well as some more of My Cactus Soil Mix, I think its awesome too.

I blend perilite into a commercial cactus soil blend and then pre-load it with micronutrients.  It's perfect for rooting cacti, and fast growth with excellent drainage. 

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Pachypodium Pain

My hand feels stiff and swollen after transplanting this pretty but prickly plant.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Monday, April 11, 2011

Hey Foodies! I've added an Edibles section.

To celebrate our Food Network Magazine appearance, I've added a few Uncommon Edibles to my website.  New products include: Longan "Dragon Eyes", Theobroma cacao "Chocolate", Malay or Mountain apple and others.