When we grow cactus, particularly those in pots, the utilization of Osmocote creates a similar scenario each and every time you water. … It’s ideal for our desert gardens, works nicely with natives, cacti and succulents and it’s easy to use.
Beside above, can you use a cactus and succulent mix for normal plants?
Yes, cactus soil can be used for other plants. The only requirement is that the cactus soil is slightly adjusted to provide enhanced moisture and nutrition.
Similarly one may ask, is Osmocote good for all plants?
It works with virtually all plant varieties, in all growing conditions. Plus, we offer our no-burn pledge when you use Osmocote as directed.
Is Osmocote good for indoor plants?
One more reason to love Osmocote; it’s great on all kinds of things like annuals, houseplants, perennials, shrubs, and even vegetables and herbs.
No, you cannot use cactus/succulent soil for a spider plant. Spider plant prefers moisture in the soil while succulent and cactus prefer dry soil. Thus the mix doesn’t hold the moisture very well.
You Pothos plants will do okay in cactus or orchid soil mixes, but they aren’t the ideal mix. These mixes drain a bit more quickly than a soil mix a Pothos plant will love.
Any type of regular potting soil will work fine as the base to prepare your own cactus mix. Feel free to use whatever you have at hand as long as it is fresh and sterile potting soil. Regular potting soil works as a base for preparing your own cactus soil.