Cactus help in removing our respiratory waste (carbon dioxide) by absorbing it. They convert it into carbohydrates for their nutrition and supply us with fresh oxygen to breathe. Cactus plants are known to absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen at night. It is very helpful in improving sleeping quality and supplementing oxygen. Keeping a few cacti plants in your room will also keep respiratory diseases at bay. This is because as a part of the photosynthesis and the respiratory process, they release moisture vapor, increasing the humidity of the air. If we talk about pollution, cacti are very helpful in reducing radiation.


• Water - If your container has drainage holes, water thoroughly once a week during the active growth period. If your container does not have drainage holes, water sparingly to moisten the soil but be sure water does not pool up at the bottom of the container which can cause rotting. Allow soil to dry between watering.

• Light - Place plant in a brightly lit south-facing window indoors or an area with bright, indirect light outdoors. Some plants can tolerate full sun but must be gradually acclimated to prevent sunburn. If the light source is inadequate, etiolation will occur and your plant will become leggy as it stretches out towards a light source.

• Soil - Succulents and cactus-like soil that is well aerated and fast draining. Perlite or pumice mixed with soil work well for this, or you can pick up cactus/succulent mix from your local nursery.

Note: -

1) Plants will be supplied in Nursery Pots.
2) Courier charges will be extra.