Cereus Forbesii Monstrose ‘Ming Thing’
  Light requirements Medium Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Large Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9b to 11b Temperature resistance Not frost-hardy Growth speed Slow Indoor growing Suitable Taking Care Of Cereus Forbesii Monstrose ‘Ming Thing’ Ideal conditions Cereus forbesii monstrose ‘Ming Thing’ belongs to USDA hardiness zones 9b to 11b – that is, from 25 degrees Fahrenheit to 50 degrees Fahrenheit (from -3.9 to +10 degrees Celsius). These cacti are fairly low-maintenance, requiring relatively little water and not...
Echinobivia ‘Rainbow Bursts’
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Small Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 10a to 10b Temperature resistance Not frost-hardy Growth speed Fast Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Echinobivia ‘Rainbow Bursts’ Ideal conditions Echinobivia ‘Rainbow Bursts’ love light and should thus be placed under full sun. Place a pot with your ‘Rainbow Bursts’ near a window to ensure that it gets enough light. In terms of cold, echinobivia ‘Rainbow Bursts’ aren’t cold-hardy and don’t do well in...
Echinocactus Grusonii
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Medium Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9-11 Temperature resistance Not frost-hardy Growth speed Slow Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Echinocactus Grusonii “Golden Barrel Cactus” Ideal conditions The golden barrel cactus is like many other cacti – it requires a good amount of light (full sun, to be precise), not too much water, and warm temperatures. In terms of temperatures, the ideal temperature for echinocactus grusonii is from 50 to 75...
Echinopsis ‘Rose Quartz’
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Small Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 10a to 11b Temperature resistance Not frost-hardy Growth speed Fast Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Echinopsis ‘Rose Quartz’  Ideal conditions The rose quartz cactus isn’t much different from other cacti in terms of ideal conditions – this cactus likes full sun, doesn’t need much water, and likes warmer temperatures. This plant is capable of growing in temperatures from 30 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit...
Echinopsis Subdenudata
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Small Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9a-11b Temperature resistance A little frost-hardy Growth speed Fast Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Echinopsis Subdenudata ‘Dominoes’ Ideal conditions If you’ve ever had a cactus, then you already know the ideal conditions for echinopsis subdenudata – these cacti like full sun, little water, and warm temperatures. In terms of temperatures, echinopsis subdenudata is capable of growing in temperatures from 20 to 50 degrees...
Ferocactus Latispinus
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Medium Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9b to 11b Temperature resistance Not frost-hardy Growth speed Medium Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Ferocactus Latispinus “Devil’s Tongue Barrel Cactus” Ideal conditions Devil’s tongue barrel cactus isn’t much different from other cacti – it likes to be in full sunlight, doesn’t need much water, isn’t frost-hardy, and requires Zone 9b to 11b temperatures to survive and thrive (from 25 to 50 degrees...
How Often to Water Cactus
The modern life is a busy one. It’s only worse if you have multiple jobs or need to take care of the kids while still taking care of the house. Even so, you want a plant. You want something green and natural in your house. You’d just like to get one that doesn’t need water every day in case...
How Fast Does Aloe Vera Grow
Aloe Vera remains a perennial favorite plant for the kitchen – not to mention the rest of the house. Not only does this plant do well in the kitchen environment, but it also makes for a handy natural first-aid kit in a pinch. Cut off the tip of one of the spears and use the cool gel to treat...
Echinopsis chamaecereus 'Peanut Cactus': This is an easy growing clumping cactus. It produces long finger branches from the pot that have short spines that are relatively harmless. In late spring it'll produce beautiful vivid red and orange flowers that make it favorite for Cactus growers. Conditions The Peanut Cactus will not be able to tolerate a hard frost. If freezing conditions are...
fastest growing succulents
The succulent craze hit the big botany market way back in late 2015. With their beautiful geometry, it was really just a matter of time before people started to pick up how Instagram-worthy these curious, fleshy plants are. Since then, they’ve turned into a mainstay on social media, becoming something of an essential component for fashionable flat-lays and stylish...