Water: Keep moist. Light: Bright indirect light or light shade. No direct sunlight. Tips: Likes humidity.
Water: Since this plant is a succulent, it grows best in semi-dry conditions. When growing ponytail palm as a houseplant,you should let the soil dry out significantly in between waterings. Light: Bright Light. Tips: Because ponytail palm care requires dry soil, it is best to let them get root bound before repotting and when you do repot them, use a pot that is only an inch or two (2.5 to 5 cm.) wider than the previous pot. If you repot them into a larger pot, they can get too much water at once, which can damage their growth and health.
Water: Keep moist but not soggy. Light: Bright to moderate light. No direct sun. Tips: Avoid wetting the foliage, as the hairy leaves can trap moisture and begin to rot. Fertilize every two weeks from spring through fall as part of velvet plant care. Fertilize monthly during winter.
Water: Keep moist but not soggy. Allow pot to drain thoroughly. Light: Bright indirect light. Tips: Your adult pitcher plant will be happy if it can catch a couple of insects every month. If you don’t have bugs flying around your house, provide a freshly killed insect once in a while, (no insecticides!). Use only small bugs that fit easily into the pitchers. Don’t overfeed, and don’t be tempted to give your plants chunks of meat. Remember that carnivorous plants have very low nutrient requirements and too much food or fertilizer can be deadly.
Water: Keep the soil evenly moist while your plant is blooming, misting it frequently. Light: Place the cactus in an east-facing window for moderate light and some direct sun. Tips: Repot your cactus each year after flowering. Maintain an optimal climate of 65 degrees. About six to eight weeks before you want the plant to rebloom, you should allow the plant to begin its dormancy cycle by cutting back on cactus moisture and reducing both light and temperature. Simply cut back the watering and make sure the plant receives 12-14 hours of darkness and average temperatures around 50-55 F....