|Origin:||Made In China|
|Category:||Agriculture & Foods / Gardening / Flowers & Plant|
|Label:||Mini grafted Cactus , Succulents Plants , Indoor house plants|
|Min. Order:||10000 pcs|
mini indoor cactus flowering plants (Grafted cactus)
|Goods Name||Red cap of grafted cactus|
|Key words||5G301820, indoor cactus plants, Grafted Cactus, mini cactus plants|
|Trunk diameter /Stems||N/A|
|##Material & PACKAGING|
|FOSTER EARTH/Soil||Coco Peat|
|Plant Pots/container||PE Pot|
|Unit Packing||Wooden Crates|
|Unit Packing Size||140*110*230cm|
|1* Unit Packing (pots)||2,300|
|1*20RF (1*8WS, pots)||2,300*8=18,400|
|MOQ (Pcs or Pots)||2,300|
Cactus, the common name for a family of desert plants. The plural is cacti or cactuses. Most species bear sharp, needlelike spines, which protect the plants from foraging desert animals. Cacti are famed for their ability to resist drought, which they owe to the fact that moisture from inside the plant evaporates very slowly through the plant's skin.
Cacti grow in hundreds of different shapes. The fibrous, juicy stems may be globular, cylindrical, branched, trailing and vinelike, ribbed, grooved, or knob-bearing. Only two species have true leaves. The rest of the 2,000 species are leafless.
Why are some cacti grafted There are several reasons grafting is done. Some cacti are difficult to grow on their own roots in cultivation. Mutant forms are rare and grafting makes them more available to the collector. Seedlings that lack chlorophyll need to be grafted for their survival. Some species of cactus have very slow growth rates on their own roots, but grafting to a more robust species accelerates their growth rate.