Cacti are now a very common houseplant and caring for your cacti is important. They come in a vast range of shapes and sizes from the petite to the grand. Cacti and succulents fall into the same group because they both have characteristics meaning they can survive in arid environments.
Cacti and succulents thrive with good light sources, and it is best to place cacti and succulents in a bright place. A south facing position will provide good sunlight.
Comes in a 4" garden pot
The native habitat for most cacti and succulents is a desert. Therefore, they will grow best in lots of light
There is a common misconception that cacti and succulents only require a small amount of water. Even though they have water-storing characteristics in their leaves and stems which allow them to survive in dry habitats, they will certainly not thrive with little water. Watering is an essential part to how well your cacti or succulent grows. Overwatering will stunt growth, but under-watering causes shrivelling.
Water at least once a week
The truth is that a cactus plant isn’t poisonous to your pets, and it is perfectly fine to have this exotic plant around them. Nonetheless, you need to make sure that they don’t eat the cactus plant since you don’t want to take such risks. Animals are naturally curious which means that they can easily smell and try to taste every plant that you grow.