Humidity is a big concern for succulents, but it’s not impossible to have a happy and healthy succulent in your home. Keep reading for tips on how to care for your succulents in humid conditions.
Author: Cactusway Team
Mold can be a problem in terrariums. The environment inside the terrarium is often quite dry and pleasant, creating the perfect conditions for mold to grow.
Golden Barrel Cactus should be watered thoroughly when the soil has dried out. The plant can tolerate some drought, but it’s important to keep a consistent water cycle and never let it dry out entirely, or it may rot.
Give your Kalanchoe the perfect watering schedule to get the most out of its blooms. Be sure to water thoroughly when the soil is dry, and don’t let these plants sit in soggy soil. Follow these 6 golden rules and your Kalanchoe will be happy in no time.
Monkey tail cactus are the most attractive of all cacti, with the brightly coloured foliage that makes them stand out. Monkey Tail Cactus demands basic care such as nutrients and water, but on the other hand it should not be over-watered or overwatered.
If you’re a new Venus flytrap owner or have had one for a while, this guide is for you! We have listed the 8 golden rules of watering your venus flytrap to keep it happy and healthy in a matter of time.
Crown of thorns plants make excellent low-maintenance houseplants for anyone who has a busy lifestyle. If you’re unsure how to take care of them, here are the golden rules for watering your crown of thorns plant.
Buddha’s Temple is a succulent that can make wonderful use of neglect. If you do not need to water it that often, be sure to water the plant when it looks like it needs it most! If you notice the tips of your Buddha Temple are turning brown, then this is a sign that your plant may be not receiving enough water.
Bear’s Claws plant is a tough, forgiving plant that can withstand both infrequent and frequent watering, so long as you follow these golden rules.
String of Pearls does not need direct sunlight for it to thrive. In fact, this plant does well in a shady area. String of Pearls will grow better if it has indirect sunlight, or even partial shade during the hottest hours of the day.