|Common Name||Zebra cactus in white sand square glass pot|
|Maximum Reachable Height||Up to 10 cm (Plant)|
|Difficulty Level||Easy to grow|
Planting And Care
Remove dry leaves whenever necessary.
Spray the water once in the week with a spraying bottle on the soil.
Avoid spraying on the plant.
This glass pot doesn’t have a drainage hole or holes, to avoid the application of large quantities of water.
Give it bright with indirect sunlight or near artificial light sources.
The soil should not be saturated or soggy as this condition will lead to rotting.
The glass walls should allow the light to reach the plants and it should be clean from dust, drafts, and temperature changes.
Avoid too much direct sunlight to the pot; it may affect the root system and the glass pot may get very warm.
It is good to allow the pot to receive fresh air from an open window.
Zebra Cactus In White Sand Square Glass Pot Care
You should use water-soluble organic fertilizer in little quantities. Don’t apply in large quantities; it will promote more vegetative growth. We maintain the small plant size in this pot. That’s the way we should control vegetative growth.
If there is a need for re-potting then the potting media should be 3 parts of potting soil, 1 part of grit (pumice), 1 part of the horticultural-grade sand, 1/2 part of the compost etc.
|Sunlight||The bright area with indirect sunlight|
|Soil||Pumice, horticultural-grade sand, compost(2:2:1)|
|Temperature||20 to 25 degree C|
Zebra Cactus In White Sand Square Glass Pot Special Feature
Well-arranged, settled-up glass pot
Zebra Cactus In White Sand Square Glass Pot Uses
- It is used for the ornamental purpose