Cacti & Succulents

Cacti & Succulents
They are close relatives. The difference is that only cacti have the characteristic nodules on which the needles are implanted. A collective name for cacti and succulents is 'succulents'. A name that indicates that...

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X3 - Gollum Jade

X3 - Gollum Jade

Crassula is a very strong succulent plant.
€20,95
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X2 - Cactus

X2 - Cactus

Super strong houseplant.
€25,95
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X1 -  Golden barrel cactus

X1 - Golden barrel cactus

Golden barrel cactus · Easy houseplant · Can do without water for a long time · Can withstand dry
€54,95
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X2 - Crown of thorns

X2 - Crown of thorns

The honey locust is a cactus-like succulent plant. The thin, strongly spinulose branches have light
€18,95
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X1 - Zanzibar gem - ZZ plant - Eternity plant

X1 - Zanzibar gem - ZZ plant - Eternity plant

Zamioculcas is a very strong houseplant.
€14,95
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X1 -  Rhipsalis

X1 - Rhipsalis

The Rhipsalis is one of the most popular hanging plants. Rhipsalis can go without water for a week.
€27,95
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X1 -  Paddle plant

X1 - Paddle plant

The Kalanchoe thyrsiflora is a succulent plant with a very warm appearance. It grows very slowly and
€8,70
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X2 - Crassula

X2 - Crassula

Crassula has thick fleshy leaves and blooms with dark pink flowers in late summer. The plant can tol
€19,95
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X1 - Snake plant

X1 - Snake plant

You can recognize the Sanseveria by the sturdy, pointed leaves that come straight out of the soil. T
€15,00
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X1 - Chain of hearts

X1 - Chain of hearts

Chinese Lantern Plant is a popular houseplant. Its popularity is mainly due to its heart-shaped leav
€31,50
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X1 - Mexican snowball

X1 - Mexican snowball

The Echeveria is a sturdy succulent that can take a beating.
€15,95
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X2 - Christmas cactus or Thanksgiving cactus.

X2 - Christmas cactus or Thanksgiving cactus.

The Christmas cactus is a sparkling bloomer, has flat leaves with curved spines and naturally blooms
€19,95
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Cacti & Succulents

Cacti & Succulents

They are close relatives. The difference is that only cacti have the characteristic nodules on which the needles are implanted. A collective name for cacti and succulents is 'succulents'. A name that indicates that these plants can store large amounts of water.

Cacti and succulents owe their popularity to their special, often whimsical shape and their striking flowers. These tips will help you meet the special requirements of these beautiful plants.

Place
Succulents like sun, warmth and drought. Not surprising, given their natural habitat in the desert. Many varieties do well in a sunny spot on the windowsill. However, there are also succulents that you should protect against direct sunlight.

Tip: it is not wise to rotate a cactus. The side that is not used to the sun's rays can burn and it also costs the plant a lot of energy to turn towards the sun again, which is at the expense of growth.

To water
Always use water sparingly and imitate the natural situation in the desert as much as possible. This means that it is better to give them a good dose once in a while rather than a little every day. The plants store the water and regulate how much they use. Most succulents cannot tolerate hard water. Rainwater is excellent.

Overwintering
An annual rest period is very important for succulents. A cool wintering is a prerequisite for good flowering. Therefore, after the growth period, place your cacti and succulents in a cool, dry and bright place, for example in an unheated room. They absolutely should not be left in the dark. During the winter months, you hardly water at all.

Repot
As soon as the ambient temperature rises, the plants start a new growth period. When you bring them back into your living room after winter rest, give them space for this. Place them in a slightly larger pot, but definitely do not plant them deeper.