How Long Do Bonsai Trees Last
There is a simple and short answer and a much detailed answer to this question. I will start with the first. Bonsai trees can live for thousands of years. The oldest Bonsai in the world is over a thousand years old, and there are many other Bonsai trees within that range.  Bonsai trees are miniature trees grown in small containers....
What Do I Do With an Orchid When the Flowers Fall Off
Because of their gorgeous flowers, orchids are generally kept for ornamental purposes. When they bloom, their bright and beautiful flowers light up the whole place. However, when their flowers fall off, and you are left with just the leaves and stems, it's like an entirely different plant. The beauty of orchids lie in their flowers, but it is tough...
Trachyandra
The trachyandra is an exotic plant that you would love to own. Its spiral leaves are attractive and make anyone fall in love with the plant instantly. Its origin can be traced to a genus of plants similar to Albuca. The albuca genus has over 100 species, most of which can be found in South Africa. However, the majority...
Mammillaria Matudae
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Medium Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9b to 11b Temperature resistance Not cold-hardy Growth speed Medium Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Mammillaria Matudae "Thumb Cactus" Ideal conditions Like many other succulents, Mammillaria Matudae "Thumb Cactus" likes warmer temperatures, requires little water, and needs partial to full sun. It will do best outdoors, but if you have an indoor spot that receives sunlight all day long, the Thumb Cactus may...
Mammillaria Mystax
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Medium Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9a to 10b Temperature resistance Mildly frost-hardy Growth speed Medium Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Mammillaria Mystax Ideal conditions The Mammillaria Mystax cactus likes partial to full sunlight and temperatures on the warmer side. Belonging to USDA hardiness zones 9a (20 to 25 degrees F/-6.7 to -3.9 degrees C) to 10b (35 to 40 degrees F/1.7 to 4.4 degrees C), it is a...
Gymnocalycium Baldianum
  Light requirements Medium Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Small Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 8b to 11b Temperature resistance Mildly frost-hardy Growth speed Medium Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Gymnocalycium Baldianum “Chin Cactus” Ideal conditions Gymnocalycium baldianum “Chin Cactus” is one of those cacti that like partial shade rather than direct sun.  Temperature-wise, the Chin Cactus likes it on the warmer side, but it is somewhat frost-hardy, as shown by its USDA hardiness zones 8b-11b (15 to 50...
Gymnocalycium Mihanovichii Friedrichii
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Small Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 10a Temperature resistance Not frost-hardy Growth speed Slow Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Gymnocalycium Mihanovichii Friedrichii Ideal conditions The ideal conditions for the Gymnocalycium Mihanovichii Friedrichii cactus are full light, infrequent watering, and warm temperatures. Categorized in the cold hardiness zone 10a, this cactus should be kept away from temperatures lower than 30 degrees Fahrenheit (-1.1 degrees Celsius). Watering Gymnocalycium Mihanovichii Friedrichii requires very little...
Mammillaria Nejapensis
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Medium Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9a to 10b Temperature resistance Mildly frost-hardy Growth speed Medium Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Mammillaria Nejapensis “Silver Arrows” Ideal conditions Mammillaria Nejapensis “Silver Arrows” thrives in warmer temperatures and requires partial to full sun. This cactus does best outdoors, though it may also be kept indoors if you have a window sill that receives sunlight all day. Watering Silver Arrows requires little watering –...
Mammillaria Pilcayensis
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Large Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9b to 10b Temperature resistance Not frost-hardy Growth speed Medium Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Mammillaria Pilcayensis "Bristle Brush" Ideal conditions Reaching a height of up to 18-24 inches, Mammillaria Pilcayensis "Bristle Brush" should be kept outside. What also supports this is that the Bristle Brush cactus requires partial to full sun. This cactus also likes temperatures on the warmer end, and it...
Mammillaria Plumosa
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Small Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9a Temperature resistance Mildly frost-hardy Growth speed Medium Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Mammillaria Plumosa “Feather Cactus” Ideal conditions Like many succulents, Mammillaria Plumosa “Feather Cactus” is best to keep outdoors because it needs partial to full sun. Belonging to the USDA hardiness zone 9a (20 to 25 degrees F/ -6.7 to -3.9 degrees C), the Feather Cactus is also fairly frost-hardy, but...