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All planters are made of 100% concrete. All plants are alive.
Upon receiving your plant, it is your responsibility to water and
care for your living plant.
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for your Tiny Little Cacti care.
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Before watering your cactus, check to see if the soil is dry. Then water well, especially in the growing months (April through mid-September) and let the water drain off. In the winter, water sparingly allow your cactus a rest. - by CactusInfo.net
Water sparingly. Make sure it's getting plenty of sun but not too excessive. A new cacti does not do well when thrown in an unfamiliar environment. Misting the top soil works very well. They do not like it when their toes get wet!
For potted cacti make sure the planter has a good drain. For concrete planters without drainage, a little water goes a long way. Or you may place rocks or pebbles under the soil for drainage. But make sure you place a container underneath your planter as a catch for any water that seep though your pot.
**From my personal experience, most cacti like it when their soil is quite dry and have plenty of sunlight. I have mine sunbathing on my window sill and I use a spray bottle once a week to keep them hydrated. For my outdoor concrete garden, it's even easier to care for. Lots of sunlight and minimal watering. They are the easiest and water saving plant to care for.
Enjoy your tiny little cacti!
Here are a couple great websites I'd like to share with you for your succulent and cacti care:
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