Cacti come in many different shapes, colors, and sizes. They are one of the most versatile and beautiful plants in the world – which is why they are so popular among homeowners. Some cactus can grow up to 50 feet tall, whilst others only a few inches. This article aims to guide you on how to take care of small cactus, giving you the very best tips for mini cactus care!
So why is my cactus turning black? A blackened cacti will often be down to fungal diseases such as bacterial necrosis, crown rot and phyllosticta pad spotting. In this article, I will aim to explain the common reasons a cactus houseplant is turning black, how it can be fixed and what causes fungus on cactus.
Desert cactus are a wonderful houseplant and require little upkeep. They are renowned for being low maintenance plants but that doesn’t mean they don’t need a little TLC. If your cactus is starting to look limp and droopy, you may be wondering ‘why is my cactus floppy?’. This article aims to guide you through all the common reasons on why you may have a floppy, limp or droopy cactus.
Cacti are great because they are low-maintenance and don’t need too much attention. That’s why they are the perfect beginner’s houseplant. They are classified as a succulent, which means their stems can store incredible amounts of water and this is why they can survive in high climates and often have a plump appearance. To get you started on your cactus adventures, we have put together our top 8 essential cactus care tips for beginners.