Graft Cactus has a unique vibrant red color at the top. Popular for anyone looking for a colorful easy-care succulent. It is the result of grafting two different species of cactus together in a nursery in Japan. The top part, the scion, can't live on its own due to its lack of chlorophyll, so caring for this succulent requires consideration of both the rootstock and the scion.
Plant Care tips
- Lighting: These plants prefer low indirect sunlight.
- Temperature: Ideally, it should be placed in the temperature range of 60° F to 80° F.
- Fertilizing: Feed monthly fertilization with a succulent fertilizer diluted to half-strength. Only fertilize succulents during the growing season, and don’t feed during winter.
Watering: Water only when the soil dries out. In summer, water the succulents every week or two. During winter, water infrequently—every month or even less.