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The original comment, which seems to have been deleted, explained that the plant is also known as a Jade plant. The link talked about why Jade plants might have aerial roots, as they are known. What I took from the article was that the plant is probably either unhappy or has experienced trauma. In my case, the plant had been unhappy previously because its ...


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This looks like Pilosocereus, maybe P. glaucescens or P. pachycladus. Your situation is not ideal, but I think you can work something out. I had the same setting for winter (west facing window, with heater underneath), but during summer I have no AC, and I put most of cacti outside in the full sun. The normal advice is always: put the cactus during winter in ...


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