If you can grow cacti and succulents successfully, you can likely grow the moon cactus without too much trouble. These plants are popular in cactus dish gardens.
Like many cacti, these plants prefer a drying period between waterings, even to the point where they slightly wilt. When you water, however, you should water deeply. The plant will noticeably plump up. The cactus mustn't be exposed to prolonged dampness and standing water, which can cause root rot to develop
The ball tops are tolerant of more shade than many cacti and dislike direct sunlight. By contrast, the stock green cacti on the bottom are often light-lovers. These cacti will do best in an area that received bright indirect light but no more than an hour or two of direct morning sunlight. Too much direct sun will cause the colors to wash out.
A rich, fast-draining cactus mix with a low pH is ideal.
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