Golden Barrel Cactus
Water when the topsoil is dry to touch
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"
Bright Indirect Sunlight
Indoors, Shady Balcony, Well-lit Windows
Golden Barrel Cactus can reach up to 60 cm in height when planted indoors.
It has yellow to orange and purplish fragrant flowers that can grow up to 8 cm across that look extremely vibrational.
Your Golden Barrel Cactus requires bright indirect Sunlight. Mature plants can tolerate direct Sunlight.
If you place your plant in dim light, it will grow in a shape of barrel.
The temperature should not go below 14 F or the plant growth may start to decline as well.
You must water your plant only when the topsoil should be dry to touch before the next watering. Do not mist your cactus plant.
Your Haworthia Limifolia Plant grows well in a well-draining and rich soil. You can use any succulent or cacti potting mix for your plant before planting them.
Your Cactus does not require feeding to thrive but it can enhance their growth. You can feed your plant with a low nitrogen fertilizer once every year in the spring season for an enhanced growth.
The Golden Barrel Cactus is not toxic if ingested for humans and pets, but their spines are quite sharp and can puncture skin if touched.
You must check your Golden Barrel Cactus with the common houseplant pests such as spider mites and clean your plant regularly to keep them away.
Water your Cactus only when the topsoil is dry as root rot is one of the common problems in these plants.
Cactus turning Brown: It is caused due to constant sunburn- Keep your plant in a spot where it receives bright indirect Sunlight, but not direct Sunlight.
Cactus turning yellow: It is an indication of excessive watering- Water your plant only when the topsoil is dry to touch.
Golden Barrel Cactus is one of the most attractive and cheerful indoor houseplant that can grow upto three feet tall and three feet around like a barrel. It also has very long spines that grows in clusters along the ribs of the cactus.