Cactus & Succulents

Cactus & Succulents

Cactus and Succulents are used as both indoor and outdoor plants. They are very resistant to droughts and need very less care.


Cactus and Succulents, Are they Similar?

Cactus and Succulents are commonly mistaken as closely related groups of plants, however, the fact is that they are different from each other, though some common factors are there. Succulents are a loose grouping of plants and they can store water within their stems, leaves and roots. They are not a distinct plant family. There are almost 60 different plant families in succulents. This makes succulents a very diverse group of loosely connected plants.

Succulent plants store water in it’s thickend fleshy leaves or stems. The stored water and nutrients allow the plant to grow. Thus these plants get the name “succulents” which dericed from Latin word Sucus, it means “juicy.”  These leaves and stems help these plants to thrive in difficult conditions.  Normally, Succulents have glossy or leathery leaves, and the texture actually helps protect them from excessive moisture loss.

Cacti, on the other hand, are a clearly defined family of plants. All cactus are succulent plants, but not all succulents are cacti. The areoles help to identify the cactus from the other plants.  These are small, round light or dark- coloured bumps on the surface of cactus and is where the spines, hairs and flowers grow from. If a succulent plant has areoles present, it is a cactus. If it does not have areoles, it can’t be a cactus.



Do you want to breathe fresh air at home?

If you want to breathe fresh air at home, you can simply bring home cactus and succulents. The addition of cactus and succulents at home will help us to remove toxins from the environment. 

Plants absorb carbon dioxide and they convert it into plant carbohydrates to build strong bodies and will result in creating pure, clean oxygen for us to breathe.  Houseplants always offer great benefits, but to care for these plants are not that simple.  In fact, we love plants and would have a pleasure to care for them. 

Unfortunately, we all are busy life cycle and most of them travel quite frequently will end up in neglecting these plants for days, though not intentionally.  To tackle this situation and reap the benefits of houseplants, cactus and succulents are always a good choice.  They only need minimal care comparing to other houseplants. 

By choosing low maintenance plants, such as succulents and cacti, anyone can bring more green inside our home. 

What Cacti & Succulents can provide us??

  • They help us to breathe better by Purifying the Air.

Adding cacti and succulents to your home will help you to keep fresh air in the home by removing toxins from the air.

NASA conducted a “Clean Air Study”, which reveals that succulents can remove many volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the air. Plants and succulents will take the carbon dioxide from the air and will, in turn, release fresh oxygen into the air. This will certainly help us to breathe better, especially during the night-time.  This will give us a deep sleep and increased energy in the morning.

  • They Improve Humidity at home because plants release water.

Plants emit water vapour, and that in turn generates a pumping action that pulls contaminated air down to the roots of the plant. The succulent converts these contaminate to plant food.. Increased moisture can help improve common health complaints.

  • Good Ambience at home with increased productivity.

Houseplants create a good lively ambience at home which will ultimately result in improving our mood and concentration.  Colour and texture of the plants will calm your mind and the interaction with green nature will make you more calm and relaxed.  Thus houseplants in home and office will definitely improve your productivity.

  • They can survive in difficult climates.

Succulents and cacti are hard and sturdy to overcome difficult situations like drought or low sunlight.  This makes certain that succulents and cacti will brighten your indoor always.

  • They can increase pain tolerance.

This may find a bit ridicule to you, but the Kansas University with the support from Horticulture Therapy Research conducted a study, in which the patients required fewer pain medications in the hospital rooms where they had planted.

  • They Enhance Memory.

The Psychology study conducted by the University of Michigan reveals that interaction with nature will improve our memory. It may be walking in a park, growing plants in your house, or even just looking at photographs of a flower.

  • They will improve your focus.

The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that 11% of American children have ADHD. In most adults and children, minor and major illnesses are caused by carelessness. Richard Louv describes in his 2005 book Last Child in the Woods, that regular exposure to nature will help children to focus better.

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