How to Tell If a Cactus Is Dead

How to Tell If a Cactus Is Dead

While cacti are easy to maintain, they often wither and die quickly. If you’re a beginner, you might find it even more challenging to look out for the warning signs. Wondering how to tell if a cactus is dead? Here is a brief guide to help you look out for the telltale signs. How to … Read more >>

How to Remove Cactus from Yard

How to Remove Cactus from Yard

When it comes to landscaping, cacti are an interesting and low-maintenance choice for brightening up any outdoor space. However, if cacti become too overgrown in your yard or you decide to switch out your current landscape design, you may wonder how to remove cactus from your yard. Removing a cactus may seem daunting, but it … Read more >>

Why Is My Christmas Cactus Dropping Leaves

Why Is My Christmas Cactus Dropping Leaves

Though native to tropical rainforests of South America, people in and across the USA love to decorate their homes with Christmas cacti. Also called Schlumbergera, the Christmas cactus is a top favorite because this houseplant blooms with exotic and beautiful flowers. It instantly enhances your indoor settings- making it a perfect choice for the holiday … Read more >>

Why Is My Christmas Cactus Not Blooming

Why Is My Christmas Cactus Not Blooming

Have you been eagerly awaiting the vibrant blooms of your Christmas cactus, only to be disappointed? And if you’re wondering why is my Christmas cactus not blooming? You’re not alone. Many of us have struggled to get our Christmas cacti to bloom. In this blog post, we’ll explore five common reasons why is your Christmas … Read more >>

Why Is My Cactus Turning Purple

Why Is My Cactus Turning Purple

A cactus turning purple is an indication of stress. As the concept of stress is rather wide, in this post, we will look at the different kinds of pressures that a cactus may experience and how we reduce those stresses. Fortunately, cacti don’t experience emotional tension. They typically become purple when faced with a stressful … Read more >>

Why Is My Cactus Turning Light Green

Why Is My Cactus Turning Light Green

Did you buy a cactus because you heard they’re low maintenance? That’s right! They’re the easiest plants to keep alive. However, being low maintenance doesn’t mean they won’t face any problems. A cactus can turn light green for numerous reasons, like nutrient deficiencies or lack of sunlight. Here are some reasons why your cactus is … Read more >>

Why is My Cactus Rotting

Why is My Cactus Rotting

While most indoor plants are notorious for being extremely sensitive to their environments, the cactus has a reputation for being durable and highly tolerant. Whether you grow your cacti indoors in a pot or out in your garden, all it needs is little hydration, fresh air, and the sun to maintain its health and appearance … Read more >>

Why Is My Christmas Cactus Turning Purple

Why Is My Christmas Cactus Turning Purple

The Christmas cactus looks spectacular. It can instantly enhance the natural aesthetics of your indoor space. Its broad green and hard leaves are hard to go unnoticed- making your Christmas cactus a great conversation starter. However, one thing you want people to avoid noticing is the unusual purple tint on it. If you are wondering … Read more >>

Why Is My Christmas Cactus Wilting

Why Is My Christmas Cactus Wilting

The Christmas cactus is a popular holiday plant known for its vibrant and colorful blooms that bring joy and festivity to the season. However, nothing is more disheartening than seeing your once-blooming cactus wilting; its once bright and festive colors are dull and lackluster. This article will explore why your Christmas cactus may be wilting … Read more >>

How to Save a Dying Cactus

How to Save a Dying Cactus

The fact that cacti are hardy and low-maintenance plants often make people presume they can be left on their own without any care measures. But that’s not true. Despite being one of the hardiest plants, cacti need your love and attention. Else they may die. If you’ve also made the mistake of ignoring your cactus … Read more >>