There are actually Thousands of species of cacti that exist in the wild, including the 2 large groups of cacti grown as houseplants: the desert cacti and the forest cacti. The desert cacti and the forest cacti thrive indoors with relatively little maintenance and they come in many sizes, with small to moderate varieties being the most popular once.

Furthermore, the desert cacti typically bear spines or hair and they are shaped like paddles, balls, or obelisks. The forest cacti actually hail from sub-tropical regions. The forest cacti resemble other succulent plants, such as bromeliads, and they grow in wooded areas of temperate forests and subtropical and tropical regions. The forest cacti are climbing or epiphytic plants that cling to trees in the wild and they make an excellent indoor hanging plant.

The Christmas cactus is the most well-known decorative forest cactus and they are native to Brazil, and they bloom in pink, red, purple, and yellow. Both the Desert and the Forest cacti are slow-growing, boast beautiful blooms, and they are among the sturdiest of all houseplants.

 This Cacti Plant Care eBook contains a step by step guide on how to grow and care for Indoor Cactus plants. Everything you need to know about growing Indoor Cactus plants are contain in this book; Types of Indoor Cactus plants, Pest and disease control in Cactus plants, Soil requirement, light requirement, water requirement, fertilizer requirement, how to grow Cactus plants in containers, how to prune Cacti plants, how to propagate indoor Cactus, how to grow Cactus from seed, how to pot and repot Cactus plant, etc. This book contains everything about growing Indoor Cactus plants. You can purchase the Cacti Plant Care eBook on Kobo store for $2.99



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