Euphorbia Medusa’s Head Care
Although Medusa’s Head is drought tolerant, the plant benefits from regular moisture during summer and won’t tolerant long periods of drought. In general, one watering every week or so is enough. Again, be sure the soil drains well and never allow the soil to become waterlogged.
Keeping this in consideration, how do you grow Medusa cactus?
Medusa’s Head plants are drought tolerant for short periods. Like most succulents, Medusa’s Head plants require well-drained soil, so a cacti and succulents soil mix will do the trick. It’s best to use a well-drained potting mix such as a mixture of pumice, coarse sand, and potting soil for your Medusa’s Head plants.
Likewise, how do you grow a snake cactus?
How to Grow a Snake Plant
- Place plants in low light or bright, indirect light.
- Plant your snake plant in a container with Miracle-Gro® Cactus, Palm & Citrus Potting Mix.
- Water when the top 2 to 3 inches of soil are dry.
- Feed with Miracle-Gro® Succulent Plant Food.