The bold colour on this Moon Cactus comes from the fact that she has very low chlorophyll. That’s what makes these little cuties unique. Since chlorophyll is a key for photosynthesis, she needs to be grafted onto another cactus with a normal level of chlorophyll in order to survive. This Moon Cactus is a Gymnocalycium and a Hylocereus.
Light: She's very easy-going and virtually maintenance-free. Pop her in a warm sunny spot, then sit back and relax.
Water:You'll need to water her once her soil has completely dried out.
PM tip: As like many houseplants, she can be mildly toxic if ingested.