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How To Grow Cacti From Seeds
Fill a small terra cotta pot, that has good drainage, with Cactus/Succulent soil. Ensure the medium is firmly pressed down with about 1/4 of an inch from the top. Scatter your cactus seeds over the surface of the soil within the pot.
Sprinkle a very thin layer of soil covering the surface of the sowed seeds. Give the pot a small amount of water (or you can use a spray bottle of water) to help the seeds germinate. Place the pot in a warm windowsill or cover the pot with a clear plastic bag (or zip-lock bag) to help create a greenhouse effect to allow the seeds to germinate. It may take up to 5 weeks before you see anything growing.
Remove the plastic bag and water when the medium becomes dry. You can spray the surface with water regularly to keep it moist when it becomes dry. Step 4: Use an old fork/spoon/chopstick tweezers to gently tease out and lift up each of the small cacti and move them to their own pots if required.
It may take up to a year before they are ready to be moved to their own pots. Cacti are very slow growing succulents that love lots of light and well-draining soil