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Bunny Ear Cactus also called angel’s wings and polka-dot cactus is ease of care combined with an original appearance. Opuntia Microdasys, commonly known as Bunny Ear Cactus, native to Northern Mexico.These plants are a gardeners dream for their low maintenance and interesting appearance. The thick pads of this plant are adorned with fuzzy glochids, or short bristles, that resemble the fur of rabbits and grow in earlike pairs. Growing bunny ear cactus is as simple, easy care and its native regional conditions. So if you have a dry, low humidity home and plenty of sunny exposure, bunny ear cactus plant might be the perfect plant for you.
In growing season, water the plant when the top one inch of soil is dry. Allow the water to drain out of the pot and remove any excess from the saucer.
During fall and winter season, water lightly once every 3 to 4 weeks is enough.
Demands bright, full light growing for most of the year, except during the winter cycle.
A good Bunny Ear Cactus potting soil must drain quickly.