A DETAILED BOOK with stunning images on all you need to know about CACTI.
This book offers everything that a novice would like to know:
• Step by step advice to cultivate and propagate cacti under Indian climatic conditions, including coping with pests and diseases.
• FAQs that arise during the process of cultivating cacti.
• Advise on transformation of the whole collection of cacti from faded-looking humdrums to fresh-looking breath-takers.
• Suggestions for displaying cacti and creating your own tray garden and bottle garden.
If thorns bring bad luck, then universal garden favourites such as roses and bougainvillea’s that need so much care and attention and resemble thorny bushes for a major part of the year should be abandoned. On the contrary, cactus appears attractive all the year round, even when it’s not flowering.
Don’t shun cacti because of their thorns; there are many cactus species without thorns and are much sought after by gardening enthusiasts and are a collector’s delight!
Ratings and Reviews
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CACTI CULTURE is a handbook about cacti that pretty much covers everything about these prickly plants and the plus is that it talks about it with reference to Indian weather and temperatures. This book is written by Maj Gen C S Bewli (Retd) who is an expert on Cacti and has been growing these succulents for more than a decade. He has penned this book with the all possible details and questions any Cacti lover would have. Whether you are an amateur or a seasoned Cacti lover this book has somet...