Cactus - Set of 3

SKU: 427302
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Product Description

Give your relations a present without any hurt of the sharpness of Cacti. This mini Cacti in 3 different ways (based on colour, shapes, types) are a real happy gift and so easy to take-a-way and so easy to take care of.

Product Details

Material
Plastic
Additional information
Keep compost moist, but not wet. Upright habit. Houseplant.
Care instructions
A good indoor location is within 4 feet of a south- or east-facing window. Mini-cacti need sunlight exposure evenly, so rotate periodically to make sure the entire plant receives sunlight. You can tell if the plant receives too much sun by taking note of its color. Instead of green, the cacti appear white or yellow. If you need to move a cactus from a high-light area to lower light, do it gradually.
Colour of foliage
Green
Feeding instructions
Mini-cacti are not heavy feeders, so they require little fertilization. During active growth, you can feed the plants with a low-nitrogen 5-10-10 fertilizer every two or three months. Feeding with a time-released fertilizer is also an option, but only feed the mini-cactus once during spring. You should never fertilize un-rooted or newly re-potted plants.
Flowering period
Periodly spontanious flowers in several colours
Planting instructions
Don't overpot Cacti. It will destroy roots and plant won't survive. In case plant is getting bigger: use a bigger pot and put the plant with original pot in the bigger pot and fill off with stones or something else.
Rate of growth
Slow
Soil type
Cacti needs a low maintainance of soil. Excellent drainage is more important than ptting materials. The soil should be porous and should be spread over a deep layer of gravel or broken bricks.
Sowing period
None
Watering instructions
Drought tolerant
Latin name
Cacti cultivars
Eventual height
6-9cm
Eventual width
3-5cm
Includes
Plastic blister
Scent
Unscented
Quantity in pack
3
Pot size
6cm
Room temperature
During active growth, cacti require an indoor temperature between 65 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
Room position
Since mini-cacti produce colorful flowers, they require about four hours of direct sunlight daily. A good indoor location is within 4 feet of a south- or east-facing window.
Also available in
Bigger blister (3x pot size 8, 5cm; 10, 5cm and 12cm), Succulents
Diameter
5cm
Capacity
0.3ml

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