It’s hard to mistake a Grafted Cactus when you see one. You’d quickly notice a cute and brightly-colored sicon (usually a Moon Cactus) sitting atop another type of cactus, like Hylocereus, that acts as the rootstock. Because a Grafted Cactus is a fusion of two different cacti, its appearance, size, and color usually vary. Its upper part can be yellow, orange, purple, or red, depending on the variety of sicon used. Older plants sometimes bloom with pink flowers.
- This plant requires medium to high light and will grow best in sunny spots where it can receive filtered or direct sunlight. It makes the perfect plant for any well-lit room in your house.
- This is a low water plant, meaning it only needs watering once a week or once every two weeks. Allow the soil to dry completely before the next watering.