Fishbone Cactus is one of the most weird-looking plants that you can grow indoors.

In Water – Use a pair of sharp and clean scissors and take a cutting off of one of the stems. – Allow the cuttings to dry and form callus on the ends.

In Soil – Allow the cutting to dry and form callus. – Dip the end in a rooting hormone and plant it in a pot filled with cacti mix.

Location The plant will do its best in bright, indirect light. Avoid exposing it to harsh afternoon sun for more than 1 hour. It will also be a good idea to keep it near an east-facing window where it will get the morning sun for 2-3 hours.

Temperature This cactus plant loves a temperature range between 15-25°C. Avoid exposing the plant to a temperature below 50°F or 10°C.

Humidity The plant loves humidity so it will be a good idea to keep a pot on a pebble tray filled with water. You can also mist the leaves or use a humidifier.

This easy-to-care-for plant is perfect for beginner gardeners, thanks to its easy-to-grow nature. It looks snazzy with its zig-zag leaves and gets more beautiful when it grows flowers!

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