- Nov 3, 2013
I've had what I think is a Glandulicactus uncinatus or G. wrightii since early October, and it hasn't changed in the slightest, at least above ground. I water it once every other week, it's in well drained soil topped with gravel, it's very over potted (a good thing, I assume, since I've read this species has a taproot), and it certainly doesn't look unhealthy--it's turgid and green. It definitely gets plenty of light--it gets only slightly less than my sundew, which is doing great. Do cactuses always seem to exist in a state of suspended animation? Should it be growing more? Etc...