I’ve seen these little cacti really everywhere. They are so beautiful, aren’t they?
They can be a beautiful birthday present. Or an original wedding favor.
If you’re wondering how they live with so little, now I’ll explain.
KAKI: CARE AND LITTLE ATTENTION
Here we are talking about how to grow these little cacti. Especially these little KAKI.
We assume that these cacti are living being. They therefore need water and light.
For example, if you do not use the pendant, do not store it in a drawer. If so, the cactus could die.
Instead, the most popular question is: how do I water them?
Nothing could be simpler.
Below each KAKI there are small holes. So just place the jars on a few millimeters of water. For about ten minutes.
I told you it was really simple, right?
KAKI: LITTLE CACTI
You can see and buy these small cactuses at this link.
But I want to remind you of some small things that sometimes escape you.
Try to use demineralized water. Or let the water settle for 72 hours.
To “water” these plants, it is not necessary to remove them from the casing. But pay attention to the wooden parts. In this case it will be necessary to divide the polyester jar from the wooden one.
Thanks to the holes on the bottom, the water comes into contact with the “soil”. This one is made by cork, silicon and quartz sand. Therefore excess water will never be retained. This combination will help drainage.
When you receive the package, what should you do? Start using your mini cacti. But without wetting them immediately. You will have to wait thirty days.
How long do these KAKI live? From what I understand, there are plants with more than five years of life. Let’s see if you are better and can make them live more.
…and if you are really good, you can see your plant multiply and flourish.
Obviously if you want you can “repot” these small cacti. Use de substratum with the common cactus soil.
We are talking about something very delicate, use tweezers. And be very delicate and careful. A slight mistake could ruin roots or aerial part. And therefore compromising the growth of the plant.
And even if it seems needless to say, I do it anyway. Always try to keep the plant vertical. But above all avoid wearing KAKI in the shower, the pool or the sea.
And as always, if there is any doubt, write to me.
I hope I have been helpful with these little tips.
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