Category: Beginners Guide

Proper watering is a tricky skill that you can only learn through practice. However, with time, you will start learning about the water requirements of your plant, and you will be able to tell if you are overwatering it
Sometimes, you need to cut your cactus to help the plant grow healthier. The signs that indicate that your cactus needs pruning include overgrown leaves and stems, mealybug infestation, rotting, dead stalks after blooming, and excess height.
Drooping is a relatively common problem that affects cacti plants. While there is no specific cause of the issue, a close inspection of your succulent can help you determine why it is falling over. We are here to help!
Making your own cactus soil can save you a lot of money and time. In fact, homemade soil is much better than a commercial potting mix because you can control the amount of ingredients you use. The process is also easy to follow
It is possible to save a rotting cactus as long as the damage isn’t severe, Be sure to take action as soon as you notice any signs of rot on your cactus plant. Keep in mind that this is a serious problem that can easily lead to the death of your Cacti
How often you water your cactus is vital to making sure it’s not only surviving but also thriving. Several factors will contribute to how often you water your cactus, such as the location of your plant and what climates you experience where you live, among other things
Different cactus species require to be watered in different ways. Specifically, forest or jungle cacti need watering more frequently than desert cacti. Providing more water than your cacti really need will damage the plant and cause root rotting
Rooting and planting a piece of your cactus plant is a technique for propagating it. You need to carefully take a cutting, allow it to try, and root it into a proper-sized pot with suitable soil. To keep your cacti healthy, never overwater them

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