I know one of them is a cactus but what about the other 6.
Also what kind of cactus?
optique wrote:The green leaf plant is a type of jade, watch its leaves when they shrivel like a raisins its time to water, this will teach you how to water that whole mix of arid plants. over watering will lead to killing the roots then plants.
this pic is trimmings of a large jade I have had for ever. I have sold/given 40+ this year. I don't water in summer at all rain is already to much
bananaman wrote:I’m not a succulent expert, but you’ve got what looks like a Crassula of some sort, a Graptopetalum and a cactus that’s been painted red on the tips (probably Mammillaria sp.).Agree on all counts. Definitely a Crassula (jade plant). The Graptopetalum may be an intergeneric hybrid but same care, in any event. The red on the cactus, as bananaman said, is dye/paint.
red wrote:tap water should work, but you could tryoptique wrote:red wrote:Why do some cacti superficially resemble butterworts?you know you can even do leaf pullings on succulents
What kind of water should I give these plants
red wrote:optiqueI have no idea, but its leaves are filled with water that's why the big ones get so top heavy. I have read about people drinking cactus juice to survive the desert.
Just curious here
Can I eat a leaf the graptotalum?
Are they edible, I know you can’t eat a jade plant or a cactus but are graptotalums edible?
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