The bright neon colours are usually in the shape of round looking balls, with thorns, and they’re sitting on top of another green colored cactus. The little moon cactus is a funny plant because it’s actually two plants in one and the product of human design.The beautiful, bright, colourful part of the moon cactus naturally does not produce chlorophyll, and the lack of chlorophyll allows for the bright, vibrant colours to show. So in order for it to continue living, human grafting to another plant or rootstock is required, and then it’s able to get the proper amount of nutrients and chlorophyll that it needs from the second plant that it now sits atop of. They are extremely low maintenance plants and caring for multiple moon cactus plants at the same time is not much harder than caring for one. They can add colour and life to your window seal or porch area and because they’re such low maintenance, moon cactus are an easy choice for those that are new to horticulture.
Watering -The water requirements for moon cactus are minimal. They’re not the type of plant that you have to water often. But while watering, it is best to water it deeply. But it is important to ensure that they don't sit in water for long.
Temperature- As far as temperature and sunlight, the moon cactus calls for the temperature that you might expect for a desert type plant.
Light- They do the best in bright but indirect sunlight. Prolonged periods of direct sunlight can be harmful to the plant. The ball top is more inclined towards shade and the bottom cactii stock is loves sun. Hence bright indirect sunlight will be best for good result.
Fertiliser- For best results, it is advisable to fertilise it with Gardengram Grow N Glow fertiliser during growing seasons. Fertilising the plant during growing seasons can give best results.
Placement- The plant can be placed in living rooms, bedrooms and can equally adorn table tops.
We recommend to take care to not over water the plant.