A grafted cactus is simply is two cactus grafted on top of each other. The colourful part on top isn't a flower, but a species of bright cactus! The top is called the scion and the bottom (usually a tall green cactus) is called the rootstock. They continue to grow happily now fused together as one. These colourful, grafted specimens all enjoy bright light and chunky, airy soil. Give them lots of direct light in the summer to watch them bloom!
Light: Very bright location with direct sunlight or near to a window, both for best growth and colour.
Water: every 10 to 12 days, allowing the soil to all the way down, never let it sit in water for prolong periods of time. Water more frequently if exposed to direct light
Toxicity: toxic to pets if ingested
Size: comes in a 2 inches pot.