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new Growth weird!

Posted by js_plants 9 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 3, 13 at 13:38

I have a lot of different cactus and there in different parts of mu home and every one of them are growing a tall long stem . It would be about the size of a pencil and it does not look like the plant it's coming from and the cacti is fine what is going on here. I don't know if I should cut them off or leave them on. It is so weird. If anyone ha had this happen to them let me know what to do or if you just know whats going on lets me know. Not every one is doing this type of growth both 905 are. I give each one the same care.
Thanks for your help.

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RE: new Growth weird!

They are not getting enough sunlight. Cactus are mainly meant to be grown outside. They are stretching for sunlight.

This forum (cactus gallery) is mainly for showing pictures. If you post under cactus and succulents, more questions get answered there. I just happen to stop by. Not many people post here.

Hope this helps!

This post was edited by teisa on Fri, Sep 6, 13 at 18:48

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