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It's not really a good idea - the cactus needs fast draining soil mix, and water is very much reduced or even suspended in winter during dormancy. They also need a position with some evening or morning sunlight. The Dracaena marginata needs watering year round, and just needs ordinary potting soil, as well as medium or bright light conditions, but without ...


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yes ofcourse if they have similar environmental requirements :) all you need to do is check out the growing environment that both require and if they match then it's all good in the hood :) you will need a bigger pot to give them both enough space you have a Dracaena and that plant requires filtered light so not direct sun but the cactus loves full sun ...


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Many succulents/desert type plants are expecting their water and nutrient in short sharp bursts; some get most of their water and food from being either drip/rained on, or absorbed through water accumulating in the cupped axils of the leaves. So the function of roots is mostly to keep the plant solidly in place, either in desert grit or clinging to the bark ...


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I believe this plant is a Hylocereus, which is a genus of epiphytic jungle cactus. The brown patches you see look like corking which is the hardening/thickening of the skin/flesh in older parts of cactus plants. It's not a bad thing, but too much can indicate potential insect or disease problems. Check yours carefully for any small insects or fine webbing ...


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