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Cactus plants

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Indoor Plant Pots - How to Pick a Pot for Your Plant and Your Home

Picking the right pot for your plant may be an easy task once you learn the basic rules of thumb; size, materials and drainage requirements. However, it can be trickier to pick a pot that actually looks good with your plant and within your home.…

Succulents arrangements for home decor. #houseplants #indoorplants #succulentarrangements #succulentflowers

Succulents arrangements for home decor. #houseplants #indoorplants #succulentarrangements #succulentflowers

Learn how to make your Cactus to bloom and produce beautiful flowers. #cactus #succulentarrangements #succulentflowers

Learn how to make your Cactus to bloom and produce beautiful flowers. #cactus #succulentarrangements #succulentflowers

If your succulents are losing their shape, there's a reason why. Learn how you can prevent your succulents from losing their tight, compact shape plus get some propagation tips!

If your succulents are losing their shape, there's a reason why. Learn how you can prevent your succulents from losing their tight, compact shape plus get some propagation tips!

8 Best Indoor Cacti You Need to Have https://succulentcity.com/8-best-indoor-cacti-you-need-to-have/

Looking for the best indoor cacti for your room or home? With thousands of varieties to choose from it can get confusing, click through for the best ones!

How to Propagate your San Pedro Cactus.... Easy to do!   In this blog I will quickly show you how to do this from your established San Pedro (or almost any colu

How to Propagate your San Pedro Cactus.... Easy to do! In this blog I will quickly show you how to do this from your established San Pedro (or almost any columnar/tall growing cacti), as well as from a smaller potted specimen. What you need: A knife, a piece of cardboard/towel, a container, soil, and a little time. This a 5-6' San Pedro planted on a slope. Notice the shorter sections where you see new tops growing. These have started in areas that have been cut prior. Sometimes you get 1,2…