Screw Cactus Care Guide
If a plant had to be crowned king of Plantae for its resilience, cacti would have the throne. Cacti, although typically desert plants, are now common household plants as well. Even the most notorious plant-killers can keep a screw cactus alive as the plant is low maintenance and requires occasional watering.  Not only is it an interesting shape but also grows...
Do Succulents Need Direct Sunlight
Succulents are one of the most natural plants to grow as indoor plants. They do not require as much pampering and tending to as other plants do. With the right temperature, exposure to sunlight, humidity, and water, your succulents will grow well.  However, when you take succulents from their natural habitat, you will need to make the new environment ideal...
Do Succulents Like To Be Touched
Human touch affects plants either positively or negatively. Some plants love to be touched, and others do not, and some others are indifferent to touch. Therefore, you must know what your plants like for optimum care. Succulents are a unique species. One thing that makes them stand out is their luscious stems and leaves. As a result, they are...
Can You Plant Succulents in Just Rocks or Gravel
 If there is a plant one could compare to the proverbial cat with nine lives, it would be succulents. They are known to be resilient and survive unfavorable conditions that other plants cannot. Planting succulents is, therefore, easy and stress-free. 400;">Succulents grow under challenging circumstances. They grow in deserts and close to seabeds where the soil is filled with minerals....
Should You Mist Succulents
Succulents are relatively easy to grow and care for. They are the friendliest indoor house plants, and you do not have to have a green thumb to own a succulent. They are low maintenance plants, and this is why most gardeners go for succulents. As long as you plant them in a well-drained soil mix and give them just...
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...