Watering all depends on the size of your seedlings. Water too much, and you risk damping off and fungus diseases. Water too little, and the delicate root hairs on the seedlings can dry up, causing you to lose them.
It is so easy to grow cactus from seed. In this demo video, I show how to sow Ferocactus seeds, but this method will work for any type of cactus.
Learn how to force your cacti to flower in winter (and why you shouldn't!).
From keeping your cacti away from heat sources to checking regularly for pests, here are five tips for keeping your cacti alive this winter.
From yellowed or shriveling leaves to lack of growth, here are six ways to tell if it's time to repot your cactus or succulent.
From agaves to sedums, learn about five of the best cold-hardy succulents that can survive below-freezing winters.
Want to ensure your cacti and succulents survive the winter? Consider the type of plants you have, along with the temperature and humidity of where you live.
Learn how to make your own cactus and succulent potting mix using three simple ingredients—soil, grit, and horticultural sand.
What's the difference between regular potting soil and soil made for growing cacti and succulents? Does it even matter? Learn how to get the best results for all your plants, starting with soil!
Having trouble getting your desert cactus to flower indoors? Make sure you aren't over-potting and remember to overwinter! These tips and more inside!
Some cacti and succulents need plenty of sun, but some can fare quite well in indirect light. Find the best option for you and your home.
With a few simple tips, Christmas and Thanksgiving cacti are quite easy to repot.
Rooting succulents in water couldn't be easier, and seeing the roots start to form is so exciting.
This article will offer step-by-step instructions on how to repot and safely handle cacti in your garden.
This article will break down step by step how to propagate echeverias, graptoverias, graptopetalums, and graptosedums.