Are cereus house plants?

Answer Cereus plants are commonly grown as houseplants. These plants are members of the cactus family and grow gangly vines without spines. This is a tropical plant and requires warmer weather than what i... Read More »

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Cereus Plants?

The cereus plant constitutes a unique North American desert species; a handful of varieties exist. These plants grow in a very limited region of the United States and exhibit unique growth habits. ... Read More »

Can guinea pigs eat house plants and what house plants can they eat?

You have to be very careful feeding plants to guinea pigs as many are poisonous. Here is a short list of what is safe to feed them: Dandelion leaves,grasscolt's footmeadow horsetailchickweedyarrow... Read More »

House Plants That Grow Baby Plants on Their Leaves?

Vegetative apomixis is a form of asexual reproduction that enables certain plant species to reproduce without fertilization. Several varieties of the Bryophyllum genus reproduce in this manner; the... Read More »

How to Take Care of Cereus?

Cereus (Hylocerus undatus), also called night blooming cereus, is a common-looking plant until the flower opens, which only happens at night and is viable for one night only. The flower opens so qu... Read More »