Commonly referred to as ‘Hibotan’ or “moon cactus,” these are not a single species cactus but rather two different cacti that have been grafted together. The top part, the scion, can’t live on its own since it lacks chlorophyll, and it is essentially a parasite on the bottom rootstock plant. Today, roughly 15 million grafted cactus are traded internationally — the vast majority of them have been developed and produced in South Korea. They represent brilliant shades of yellow, red, orange, pink, coral, peach, purple, and white. Please call the store (740)763-2873 for availability, prices, and sizes.
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Deeply drench then wait for the soil to dry thoroughly before watering again. Frequency will depend on environmental conditions, so it is key to regularly observe your plants and the soil to gauge moisture content.
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