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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Succulents and cacti have a lot in common. Members of warm-climate, low-water plant families, they look best in a landscape that emphasizes their textures and shapes. Think gravel garden. (Skip to the plant guides.) Like camels, these plants store their water supplies inside themselves. That’s what makes them “succulents.” Whether you plant them outdoors in a warm climate or keep them as houseplants, the first rule is don’t overwater them. The difference between the two plant families? Although all cacti are succulents, not all succulents are cacti. To be a cactus, a plant must have bumpy areoles, which sprout spikes, hairs, and flowers. Video Rating: / 5

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  • Suparna Venugopal 2 weeks ago

    Hi rithi I'm suparna do u rember

  • swarasyam pala 2 weeks ago

    Super ma. Very nice. You are fabulous in your presentation

  • Sangeetha Sangeetha 2 weeks ago

    Hi rithi how r u good going all the best for ur channel. This this dheekshithaa do u remember me?

  • RAMYA SHANMUGASUNDARAM 2 weeks ago

    Super super,,, manna veroru perya pot r smthg kalanthutu aprm plant panra pot la pota easy ah irkm.

  • Msquad 2 2 weeks ago

    Very nice rithi
    C u after a long time

  • Debunk TV 2 weeks ago

    Nice plants collection

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