Thanks to the advice of experts from the Plant Clinic, understand the diseases of your flowers and learn how to treat them. Today, it is a spurge cactus which is submitted to Frédéric Marque, following the appearance of a brown spot, not very aesthetic. Follow his analysis and recommendations on video!
Question from the user
euphorbia cactus and a spot appeared on one side. It was placed behind a bay window facing south. The stain does not extend but does not disappear either. Too much sun? >>
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Auscultation and diagnosis
It is important to know that this type of plant is very sensitive to excess light. So do not expose them directly to the sun and even less behind a bay window where the rays are concentrated and accentuated. This spot can be the consequence of such exposure following a reaction from the plant. Unfortunately, the latter is marked and the stain will not be able to resolve. Note that this stain can also come from a possible shock that the plant could have suffered during a move for example. In this case, the stain comes from a lesion caused by the blow received.
It is advisable not to expose this type of plant directly to the sun and to favor semi-shaded areas. On the other hand, if you have to move your cactus, be sure to do it gently and not to shock it. By following these tips, you should have a leafy spurge cactus, ready to spruce up your home or apartment! You too, ask your questions at The Plant Clinic! Also find out how to treat a decaying cactus and how to care for a cactus.