This interesting succulent has light green jointed stems, resembling coral, that spill over the sides of the pot and add a unique texture to your plant collection. Indoor care is easy, and unlike most succulents, this one does not need direct sunlight to thrive. In its native Brazil, it grows from large trees receiving only filtered light, so keep this in mind when deciding where to place your plant. We’ve potted this one with our special blend of well-draining succulent soil, in a modern ceramic pot with drainage hole.
LIGHT Your Coral Cactus will flourish in bright filtered light to part shade, doing best with morning sun and shade in the afternoon. Avoid direct sunlight and keep away from windows that receive lots of harsh afternoon light that can burn the plant.
WATER Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings. Then, water thoroughly until water comes through the drainage hole and let it drain completely. Frequency will vary depending on other factors, but every two weeks is a good starting point.
SIZE Approximately 10"H X 10"W (Pot Size: 6"D)