Posted 3w ago by @Booksandplants3

This is probably a bit of a foolish question, but is the ...

2ft to light, indirect
6” pot with drainage
Last watered 1 week ago
Unfortunately not, but I found a video of someone showing how to take them off if you need it:
No. My brother told me to twist them off. Gently of course. I did on my lady fingers and she's fine. I don't know why they put them on the cactuses
@RadiantGinseng Because people are a hundred times more likely to buy a plant in bloom. Ask any orchid professional.
J @HypnoticTozzia πŸ˜• I don't expect cactus to be in bloom. So wait, orchids aren't suppose to be blooming either?
@itsjordan I appreciate that, but I don’t have time to watch it rn πŸ˜…sorry. So does it cover what happens if you think the cactus grew so that the flower is attached? 😬
@Booksandplants3 Well, they glue the flowers on so it’s attached no matter whatβ€” basically the only real way to get it off is to yank it off. The cactus will heal itself. I’ve seen some people use a little acetone to remove the glue and help take the flower off, but usually people just pull it right off with some pliers or something like that and it should be fine
@itsjordan thank you so much!