It's almost heavy raining in these days. Some of my plants collection not so friendly with tropical habit here (oucchhh! I lost few of my Lithops that literally gone in their pot 😫 — not pictured). So, I decided to shift all of my desert plants inside with brightest indoor light, also give them less drink than usual in this rainy season 🌨
Front to back:
Echinocereus pectinatus (Rainbow Cactus)
Cephalocereus senilis (Old Man Cactus)
Euphorbia flanaganii (Medusa Head)
🆘 As you can see: Expectation vs. Reality 🆘
Look how superrrr healthy it is when it was in the pot, but once I started seeing that it was overflowin’ & growin’ I saw there was a hole happening from the stem down into the roots. Dug a little deeper, and BOOM 💥 slowly rotting away.
This has been happening recently w/ my plants & Im not sure why. Have you guys seen a chance from tap water to bottled water? 💦 lmk please!