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While most cacti plants are known to be desert plants, they can grow and thrive in a home environment too. But before you start growing these amazing plants, you need to know the different types of cacti that exist and their unique needs
Desert plants have adapted their roots, stems, and leaves to store more water and decrease its loss. The ability to stay hydrated helps desert plants grow healthy in extremely hot or cold environments. Still, there are several threats for desert and Antarctica’s plants, including erosion, global warming, and human involvement.
There are various cacti species that can be grown indoors. To pick the right cactus for you, you should consider factors like sunlight, space, temperature, potting, and required maintenance techniques
Desert plants are among the low-maintenance species, which can handle relatively harsh environments and do not require much care. Decorate your garden with one of these beautiful plants: Texas Sage, Mexican Feather Grass, Pencil Plant, Living Stone, Zebra Cactus, Desert Marigold, Ocotillo, Aloe Vera, Fox Tail Agave, and Paddle Plant
Unlike other plant families, cacti can grow healthy and survive without much water. Water-efficiency is linked with several features, including the presence of spines instead of leaves, respiration at night to conserve water, globular shape, ridges, ribs, broadly dispersed root system, and waxy surface
Cacti are family within the broader category of succulents. The primary difference between the families is the presence of areoles and spines in cacti, physical appearance is often the best way to determine the difference between the two upon visual inspection
Explore why your cactus is getting sunburned and how to know if it is. Sudden changes in growth conditions and habitat are two primary reasons why cacti might suffer from sunburn. Learn how to take care of your sunburned cactus or prevent it from happening.

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