Flowering cactus. - This is an Echinopsis multiplex(aka oxygona) hybrid possibly one of the Paramount hybrids, produced at the now closed Paramount Cactus Nursery in Paramount, Southern California(often crossed with Lobivia and Trichocereus). They are sometimes know as easter lily cactus. They like a bit more shade, richer soil and a bit more water in spring and summer than most cactus, and can take a lot of cold in winter if they are kept very dry, like mid teens F.
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1: Add some rocks to the bottom of the vase. This will help with drainage when you water them. 2: Add soil. I filled mine to about an inch from the top, but it wasn't densely packed so there was still plenty of room for plants. 3: Plant a group of small plants in the soil. Be sure to space out any colorful cacti. 4: Cover the top of the soil with a thin layer of rocks. It's just for looks! So cute... done!