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Moon Cactus (Grafted, Pink) Cactus Plant
Water when soil is mostly dry
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"
Bright Indirect Sunlight
Living Room, Balcony,Succulent Plant
Moon Cactus Plant is a native plant of the desert areas of South America.
Your Moon Cactus Plant purifies the air around the room it is in by absorbing Carbon Dioxide, and more than 85 harmful VOCs from the atmosphere.
Your Moon Cactus Plant can grow up to 10 cm tall when grown indoors.
Moon Cactus Plant requires bright indirect sunlight to maintain the beautiful color of its foliage. Bright direct sunlight can scorch the plant and will harm the plant's foliage.
Your Plant requires a temperature of no less than 15 C or their health may start to decline. Hence, you must keep your plant indoors during the winter season.
Water your Moon Cactus Plant only when the soil is completely dry before watering them again or their roots may rot. You must water them sparingly during the winter season to promote their growth.
Your Plant does not prefer a high-humidity environment and hence, you should refrain from keeping it in your bathroom or kitchen areas or misting them. However, occasional misting is suggested.
Your Moon Cactus Plant grows well in coarse sandy soil with fine gravel at the bottom of the soil to promote drainage in the soil. You can also use a cacti mix or a succulent mix as well for your plant.
You can fertilize your Moon Cactus Plant with any balanced liquid fertilizer with a 15-15-15 NPK Ratio for your plant every week during the spring and summer season.
However, during the winters, you must withhold any fertilizer use as it is the natural resting period for your plants.
Your Moon Cactus Plant is considered to be non-toxic for pets and humans.
You can regraft your cactus plant by carefully removing the moonstone cactus and cutting the top of the rootstock cactus or using a new rootstock cactus.
Occasionally mist your Moon Cactus Plant to keep bugs and mites away from your cactus plant.
Moon Cactus Plant turning yellow: This is caused due to excessive drought situations- You should water your cactus plant once every week to maintain its foliage.
Moon Cactus Plant turning brown: It is an indication of overwatering- Water your plant only when the soil is completely dry.
Also known as Hibotan cactus, Moon Cactus Plant is a colorful group of succulents that comes in various bright colors including hot pink shade. They lack the required chlorophyll to sustain themselves, and hence, they are grafted on a species that can produce plenty of chlorophyll upon which they sustain themselves for several years. They make up a great lovely window plant for your homes and office due to their non-fussy nature.