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Coral Cactus

SUBMERGING

Big 6": 10 minutes once a month

I like to be submerged ¾ of my moss ball, in-room temperature drinkable water (if you collect from rain occasionally, I'll thrive) 

 

Please put a timer, take me out, and let the water drain for 20 minutes in an empty container or the sink. After being drained, put me back on my plate or hanger.

I might need water more often during summertime or less often during winter.

Always weigh me!.

COMMON PROBLEMS

Once a month.

Over watering can lead to root rot.

LIGHT REQUIREMENT

Medium to High Shaded

 

I like to be outside with direct or indirect sunlight. If inside, I need direct sunlight in a warm room. 

Don’t put me in a dark place all day long.

HUMIDITY REQUIREMENTS

Low-Medium 

 

I don't tolerate drought like a cactus actually would, but I dislike soggy conditions. 

RECOMMENDATION

Once a month.

Make sure my ball is not too moist

TEMPERATURE

60-85 degrees

If below or above, please put me inside. Do not place me under the A/C vent.

IDEAL PLACE

Outdoor or Near Window 

 

I like to be outdoors but can be inside as long as I get direct sunlight.

 

The plate you use for me can’t be tight covering all the moss ball, my ecosystem needs ventilation.

PLANT FOOD

Once a month.

During the growing season (spring and summer), feed me once a month using 1/4 of liquid fertilizer. in the water while submerging. If you use too much fertilizer it'll hurt me.

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