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Like all cacti, these lovely specimens need lots of light to grow healthy and happy. Bishop’s Cap cacti can be grown in full sunlight only if you live in a region with cooler climates and a sun that is not too harsh. These cacti thrive in bright and indirect light when they are exposed to it for at least six hours daily. When growing them indoors, place your cacti near south-facing windows and protect them from direct sunlight.
Like most cacti, Bishop’s Cap beauties prefer to receive less water than the experience of soggy conditions or over-watering. During the summer, these cacti require water only when the soil has dried out completely. The best way to help them accommodate with new environmental conditions is to begin watering sparingly in early spring then slowly increase watering as temperature rises.
When the winter has settled in, you can skip watering for good at temperatures that range from 40 to 60 °F (5-15 °C). Moreover, if the temperatures get cooler, you can start to water your Bishop’s Cap cacti less often from mid-autumn. Make sure you decrease the frequency of watering until March or when the temperatures are slightly warmer.
Ceramic pots not included,
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