Desert Candle Cactus
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How to care
How to care
Cacti will thrive in bright indirect light or direct full sun. They’re perfect for South and South-West facing window sills that receive sunlight too strong for most houseplants.
Water once every 2 - 3 weeks, allowing its soil to completely dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering and root rot. During winter water once a month.
Cacti do not have any particular humidity requirements - but are not suited to very humid environments like bathrooms or terrariums.
Sad Plant Signs
Wrinkled stem or leaves: under-watered. Dry out between waterings, then water thoroughly.
Yellow, mushy leaves: over-watered, possible root rot. Stop watering until the soil has dried out. Check if the roots have died.
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This sculptural cactus features slender ribbed stems that grow in a chandelier form. A show-stopping and hard to kill plant, who loves to bask in plenty of sunlight and can survive the brightest of window sills!
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Place larger plants by windows and smaller plants on tabletops to gradually draw the eye from the outside in.
Native to the South & West Africa, the Desert Candle Cactus, or Euphorbia acrurensis, is a drought tolerant cactus who loves to bask in plenty of sunlight and can survive the brightest of window sills! This sculptural cactus features slender ribbed stems that grow in a chandelier form. A show-stopping and hard to kill plant that won’t cause any accidental injuries since they don’t feature sharp spines!
Characteristics Non-toxic to pets & children
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