This is Jack.

He likes to get to the point.

0.2dl every 2 weeks
lots of light
Height approx. 15 cm
S, Pot-Ø: 12cm
CHF 49

He knows exactly
What he likes.

Of course we'll tell you.


Jack likes to sunbathe.


lots of light


Spoil the cactus with special cactus food in spring and summer.


0.2dl every 2 weeks


Jack shivers quickly, so keep the room temperature stable.


The cactus stands for wealth, indestructibility and warmth.

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Symbolism, colors & shapes

The cactus stands for wealth, indestructibility and warmth. If you're thinking about adopting a cactus, you've made a few plans. As far as care is concerned, it is extremely easy to look after, but there is an almost endless selection. No wonder, with around 2500 species of cacti! From small to large, as leaf, ball, link, columnar to disc cactus, with pretty, sometimes paper-like flowers in special colors, the selection is wide. Due to their low demands, cacti survive the harshest conditions. The thorns ensure that the plant can retain moisture from the air. The thorns can be very sharp and hard, but they can also be fine and soft. Thorns and flowers develop from so-called aureoles. These aureoles distinguish the cactus from other succulents. Most cacti bloom during the day, but some also bloom at night. In the group of “nocturnal agents”, some are pollinated by bats, for example.


Cacti come from areas in North, Central and South America where dry and less dry seasons alternate. They can be found in deserts, semi-deserts, steppes, humid jungles, on high mountain slopes and on trees in tropical rainforests. They are now spread all over the world and shape the landscape in the Mediterranean, among others. In Arizona, you can find specimens that are around 75 years old and more than 2 meters high. Younger plants are offered here, which are suitable for the window sill.

he wants

you too.

Get him.

Don't wait for a sign from the jungle.

Get him.

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