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Bunny Live Cactus Indoor Plant

Bunny Live Cactus Indoor Plant

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  • Water your bunny ear plant when the top inch of potting soil is dry. Thoroughly soak the potting soil mix, and do not water again until the soil has completely dried out—the bunny ear cactus is sensitive to overwatering. The cactus does not need to be watered in the winter months.
  • Why Do My Rabbit's Ears Flop? The ear of wild rabbits is supported by three cartilages that lock together to keep the ear erect. Lop-eared rabbits have been born with a gap between two of these cartilages, meaning that there is a weaker area where the ear often droops.
  • Plant your bunny ear cactus in a clay pot.
  • Best plant to gift someone.
  • Let the soil completely dry between waterings.
  • Cacti are not poisonous to humans. The only time cacti are dangerous is if you eat them, which can cause stomachaches and diarrhea. Some people may have allergic reactions to the needles on cacti, so it's best to avoid touching or eating them.
  • Edible cactus can be eaten raw or cooked. They can be simmered, boiled, sautéed, deep fried, or grilled. They are best served with a tender crunchy texture. Over-cooked pads will have a slimy texture.
  • Place your bunny ear cactus in direct sunlight.
  • Regulate the temperature of the growing environment.
  • Plant your bunny ear cactus in sandy soil.
Plant or Animal Product Type Bunny ears cactus
Indoor/Outdoor Usage Indoor
Brand Phulwa Exotic Plants
Material Feature Live Plant
Colour Green
Special Feature Bunny ears cactus
Expected Blooming Period Winter
Sunlight Exposure Partial Shade


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