How to Care for a Coral Cactus?


To care for a Coral Cactus, the cactus should be placed in a sunny location where the temperature will be at least 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The cactus should be watered when the bottom become dry. The plant can be fertilized in the spring, summer and fall.
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1. Make a gritty planting mixture for the coral cactus. The plant is from arid zones and needs good drainage and plenty of grit. Fill a shallow dish with a half-and-half mix of potting
A coral cactus isn't really a cactus at all. It is an African succulent plant that has
Water it like any other plant but to help it stand a better Chance of surviving keep it at about room temp and i would suggest giving it plant food as well so give it nutrition.
Most cactuses grow very slowly. They can live 50 to 200 years. Coral Cactus is also known as Letuce Cactus. report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February 02 2012 at 04:32AM EST.
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How to Care for a Coral Cactus
The coral cactus is not actually a cactus. It is a euphorbia that has experienced a mutation that causes it to become crested. The plant is native in Asia and is properly called Euphorbia lactea. The mutation is rare and is a sought-after trait by their... More »
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