Two thumb cacti (left and middle) and a ruby ball cactus. The one in the middle used to be about 10” tall but he had an accident when we were moving and lost a lot of his top. It started rotting pretty quickly, so we cut all of the rotten parts off and rubbed some cinnamon on the open wound. Surprisingly that’s kept it from rotting again! It’s kinda curled in on itself now. I’m not sure where it’s going to go from here, but we will see. ((Care for thumb cactus: full, direct sunlight — water every 3-5 weeks, let soil dry completely between waterings — ‼️ Appears to be NON-toxic to cats and dogs, but do your own research, too!! ‼️))
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((Care for ruby ball cactus: bright sunlight (ball can fade if too bright) — let soil dry completely before watering — ‼️ Appears to be NON-toxic to cats and dogs, but do your own research, too!! ‼️))