FistulinaHepatica wrote:Well done, you! Super-sleuth!
It's a cactus, eventhough it looks like a succulent. I would guess normal *cactus care* should apply, although having lots of leaves would mean it looses more water more quickly.
Interestingly, a lot of people have successfully grafter other types of cacti to it! [url=https://cactiguide.com/article/?article=article7.php]Grafting cactus onto Pereskiopsis[/url]
Hey tinypixiexoxo, once you have the plant all settled nicely and flourishing under your careful ministrations, can I have a small cutting? I've got lots of [url=https://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/55448/]Gymnocalysium mihanovichii "Hibotan" (moon cactus)[/url]pups that I'm dying to graft onto a suitable host and share out! I'll even send one to you if I know it can survive the post.
Holy Moly where to start!
First, that explains the odd photos on the internet.. And now I get it!!! Grafting a moon cactus onto my.. plant (for short
I will do one of two things depending on the outcome of the first: I will see if my friend would be willing to part with another cutting. If this would please you, about how big would you want it?
If not, when do you think I should take a cutting from mine (and again, how big?)
The one I have has already doubled in length, and August is apparently the month where it will really grow. Depending on how long you want to wait, or how large of a cutting.
Let me know!