Pediocactus are difficult plants to start from seed and even more difficult to care for as young plants. Many of the successful plants germinate outdoors and stay outdoors growing along side the adult plants. I’m also trying to keep young plants indoors for the first few years of their life and these plants also do very well. It’s unrealistic to keep Pedios indoors because when they become adult plants they need outdoor conditions to thrive as healthy plants. Now I have lots of young indoor plants I hope to move outdoors in a another growing season. I want to try making the move for these plants by putting them out in the fall and letting them go through winter outdoors as their first outdoor experience. This week I’ve decided to put out 3 Pedio plants to try this winter. Hope they do well.

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