Cactus care guide

There are more than 2000 species in the cactus family, and while most have similar care, be sure to find info specific to the plants you choose. These tips will give you a general idea of how to take care of your favorite cacti.

Light: Direct sun; some species will do fine with very bright indirect light.

Water: water the cacti when soil is dry all the way to the bottom.

Soil: use fast-draining potting mix, like cactus/ succulent soil.

Search for hundreds of cacti and learn key information about each including photos, sun needs, water needs, hardiness zones, soil pH and so much more. Your ultimate cacti guide by following the link below:

The round type cactus: the most common is the Echinocactus grusonii. In addition to the columnar shape of the Cereus, the other typical cactus shape is round. Among the globular cacti the Echinocactus are very popular and representative, and in particular the Echinocactus grusonii.

The 10 Most Popular On Earth

Easter cactus.

Old lady cactus.

Bunny ear cactus.

Blue columnar cactus.

Star cactus.

Barrel cactus.

Fairy castle cactus.

Saguaro cactus.

How long can a cactus live for?

In the wild cacti can live for hundreds of years. Indoors they may survive for 10 years or more. The trouble with old ones is that every single knock, scratch or blemish they get stays with them, so they tend to look less appealing as they get older.

What is the easiest cactus to grow?

Orchid Cacti (Epiphyllum Oxypetalum)

This gorgeous blooming variety is one of the easiest types of cactus to grow. Its leaves are beautifully colored, and it can grow up to 10 feet tall with enough space and the right conditions.

Does Cactus purify air?

Cacti is the best in reducing radiation and bacteria.

In addition, cacti absorbs carbon dioxide at night to release oxygen. Putting cacti in the room is helpful in sleeping and supplementing oxygen.

If you are looking for a plant that will add a bit of a desert charm to your space and an easy one to take care of, then get yourself a cactus. They do not require much care, which makes it an ideal choice for someone with a busy lifestyle. Plus, they only require some basic maintenance, whether they are grown in an indoor setting or outdoors, as long as you know that you’re doing. But in case you don’t, then we got you covered with all the tips above.

If you want to try to grow your own cactus, then you can stop by Printhousedesign.com and pick up your own packet of cacti seeds!

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