Do you fertilize your cactus, or succulents, or euphorbias?
The reason I ask is because I never have, and they seem to do very well anyways..My two huge jades, have never seen one ounce of fertilizer at all..I was going to buy a cactus fertilizer, but held off..
I attended a C&S Society club and show, and a majority of the members said that the poorer the soil, meaning no nutrients, the better they do. Is this so? Many I know have never fertilized their jades for fear of green growth on their hummels..
Isn't it true that by nature, most of these plants grow in stone, crevices, sandy soils and grow perfectly fine without someone fertilizing them in the wild?
Just curious how you all feel about this..If you do, or do not, what benefits do you recieve doing it your way..