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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Subscribe to see future videos of garden design, or check out my other videos where I show you how to grow tropical plants from seed! I built this “indoor garden” about one year ago, however I recently decided to redecorate it with desert-type plants! Subscribe to see future updates on this video, and much more! Unfortunately I had to change the music on this video. Follow me on social media: Twitter: Instagram: Google Plus: Song: Ikson – Lights (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music promoted by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: Video Rating: / 5 Cactus container garden Transform a container into a mini desert landscape by filling it with a variety of colorful cacti. We selected a beautifully painted, yet simple design of Saguaro cactus and use a well-drained cactus mix that has no peat moss, which is too acidic for cacti and retains too much moisture. In a container, cacti grow slowly and expand to the size of the container. You can transfer your cacti to a larger container when the plants have filled the pot or become top heavy after a year or more and use fresh cactus mix. To help stabilize and decorate your cactus container garden, add a colorful or neutral top dressing based on your preference. Plants featured are (from left to right) Pencil Cholla Cactus Gymnocalycium mihanovichii “Moon Cactus” Opuntia linguiformis “Green Maverick” Austrocylindropunita subulata “Christmas Tree Cactus” Haworthia attenuata “Big Band Zebra Plant” Echinocereus pectinatus “Pink Lace Cactus” Pachypodium lamerei “Madagascar Palm” Care: Enjoys full to filtered sunlight outdoors. Water once a week and allow the soil to dry before watering again. You can keep cacti indoors near a bright, sunny window with plenty of air circulation. […]


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