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Growing Cacti Indoors - Planting guide

The cacti is a wonderful one when considering plants that will thrive and do good indoors.

These are very versatile and will thrive inside with very little water needed to make them grow.

Cacti are hardy, sturdy, and do great inside. Cacti plants are tremendous and can live for years if they are taken care of. These plants will thrive during the winter months inside because they are used to dry and heated areas. Cacti plants will need to be watered once a month, unlike other inside plants that need to be watered about every day or every other day.

Cacti are great because they will grow in very shallow pots and do great when sat in a shallow dish with a drain hole in the bottom. When they are watered, the water will run through but will be used as they need it. Cacti also need to be handled very carefully because they will have needles that will hurt, so handle them with care.

A very thick pair of gloves will prevent this from happening. Keep these plants up and away from children and pets so they will get hurt. If a piece of cacti gets in your finger, it can be removed by gently using tweezers or with a sturdy and durable piece of tape.

Cacti will also thrive and grow well if placed on a windowsill to receive the most significant amount of sunlight. Sometimes these plants do not need to be watered for weeks at a time and will all depend on how hot the environment is where they are. Some soils are specially made for the cacti plant.

These plants will not do well in regular soils unless they are a very coarse variety. Buy the plants that will help the cacti plant thrive and become healthy.

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Jacobs Ladder - TN Nursery

Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder is a perennial wildflower with pinnate leaves and delicate, bell-shaped, blue to purple flowers arranged along its arching stems, adding grace to shady garden settings. It is a charming and distinctive perennial plant that offers many benefits when incorporated into landscaping designs. With its delicate clusters of bell-shaped flowers and elegant fern-like foliage, it brings a touch of enchantment and versatility to outdoor spaces.   Jacobs Ladder is officially known as Polemonium reptans or simply Polemonium. It's part of the Polemoniaceae or Phlox family and is sometimes called the American Greek valerian, stairway to heaven, sweet root, and abscess root. Many of its names reference the arrangement of the flowers, which can look like stairs or a ladder. The name is also a reference to a biblical story in the book of Genesis where one of the characters, Jacob, has a dream about a stairway to heaven. The Polemonium is a herbaceous perennial that is native to North America. Jacobs Ladder Has Stunning Blooms  It is known for its bell-shaped blue or purple-colored flowers. The flowers usually grow to a height of about three-fourths of an inch and have five stamens. The plant tends to grow low to the ground, only reaching heights and widths of about one to two feet. This wildflower is known for its compounding leaves, meaning many leaves grow from one stem. Jacobs Ladder Brightness Up Landscapes  It accompanies trees and shrubs and can brighten up woodland and shade gardens, especially in the spring when its flowers bloom. They also perform well in perennial borders where many other plants are taller than the stairway to heaven. Jacobs Ladder Does Great Near Other Plants It can be planted next to different trees, shrubs, and flowers. Some beneficial companion plants include hostas, lady ferns, lungwort, foam flowers, and coral bells. It also thrives next to spring beauties, Virginia water leaves, and oriental poppies. Jacobs Ladder makes a great addition to flower and pollinator gardens. The bell-shaped flowers typically attract a wide variety of bees, butterflies, and birds, especially hummingbirds. These wildflowers can add color to many different types of outdoor gardens. Apartment and condo gardeners can enjoy planting it in pots or containers for balcony gardening or as an indoor plant to add color and life to their inside spaces.

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