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Rat Tail Cactus Succulent- 4 cuttings For Sale


Rat Tail Cactus Succulent- 4 cuttings



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Rat Tail Cactus Succulent- 4 cuttings:
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Rat Tail Cactus- Aporocactus Flagelliformis- 4 cuttingsYou're offerding on 4 cuttings of rat tail succulent (approx. 5" + long).


HOW TO GROW CACTUS CUTTINGS

1. A cactus cutting must be “calloused over,” meaning the cut end of the pad is dry and has sealed itself over in order to protect itself.

2. Place your dry cut end approximately 1 to 2 inches into the soil. Pack soil down firmly! Do not water for 2-3 weeks. Then water well. And allow the soil slightly dry between watering.

3. Place in a bright, warm, sunny location. Plant outdoors if possible after danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed for the season. Plant may need to be protected for the first couple of years until they establish and harden off.

4. Cactus will begin to root in anywhere 2-6 weeks. When roots have established, the plant will then start to show new growth.


About the plant:


Plant Type: Cactus

Description: Stems able to reach more than six feet (180 cm) in length with 10-14 grooves. The areolas each have a tuft of very short spines. Flowers flaring from a narrow base are a deep pink.

Origin: Mexico Environment: Suitable for the home or a greenhouse

Foliage: No

Flowering: Yes

Fragrant: No

Growing Ease: Will grow for anybody Temperature: 50-75°F, 10-24°C

Humidity: Medium humidity

Lighting Needs: Does best in full sunlight coming from the South/West

Soil Type: Never use ordinary potting compost or garden soil, there are general purpose cactus mixes available. If you want to mix your own take: 2 parts barely fibrous garden soil, 1 part coarse sand or perlite, 1 part fine gravel. Always use a pot with a hole.

Watering: Drench the soil and let it become barely moist between waterings. Remember to reduce watering during the winter. If you use rainwater, be careful as it could be acidic and water after sunset with warm water. Fertilizer: Feed once a year during the spring with a water soluble fertilizer.

Plant Pests: Prone to mealy bugs, spider mites and scale. Always inspect any new plant for pests before introducing it to your home or greenhouse. Propagation: Seeds/ cuttings (let the cut end dry out first) in the spring through summer. It is best to propagate seeds in a mixture of moist peat and perlite. Cover the pot and plant with a plastic bag secured by a rubber band to prevent moisture from escaping. Place in indirect sunlight or under a fluorescent light. Repot in its regular mix after it has been growing for a while. After dividing, plant in the plant's regular potting mix.

Gardening Tips & Care: Never turn the plant while it is in flower. Keep cool in the winter. Put a layer of small gravel at the bottom of the pot and also one inch on the top of the soil to prevent stem rot. An ideal plant for a hanging basket.




During cold weather- If you want your plant(s) to be safe during the cold, Heat Pack is available for $3.25 can be purchased at my store under Heat Pack.

Combine Shipping: $2 off on shipping for any additional item.

Shipping: All effort and care will make to pack plant, but I cannot guarantee the blooms or buds due to conditions beyond my control during shipping. I also cannot be held responsible if the package islost or damage by the postal service. It is your option to insure the package. Please include insurance fee if you want your package to be insured.


I will ship ASAP when payment is received, and generally ship from Mon – Thurs. I sometimes ship on Fri. if it’s a cactus/succulent or plant that I think can stay in box over the weekend.

SORRY, I DO NOT SHIP INTERNATIONAL

Payment: To get your plants to you in a timely manner, Paypal is my preferred method of payment. All payment must due within 3 days of purchase. If a payment is not made in 3-7days and I don’t receive any response from you, I reserve the right to relist the item. I can hold your item(s) for a few daysif you wish to combine shipment with other items. But as you know, it is best to ship items in bloom orspike ASAP.

Other: If you ever have any questions or problems, PLEASE contact me and we’ll work it out.

PLEASE! ALL SALES ARE FINAL!

HAPPY offerDINGS!!!


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