Water: Watering every other week is recommended or when the soil has dried out completely. Use a finger or wooden stick to poke deep into the soil to check the wetness/humidity. If damp, wait 7-15 days and check again. If moderately humid, wait 3-4 days and check again. If dry, water thoroughly (approximately 10oz). Avoid both overwatering. Pour water where the roots start (directly to the soil) When cactuses and succulents are grouped in a pot, water from the edge or in between plants to water the soil.
Light: Medium to bright filtered light is highly recommended. Direct sunlight may burn the plant, especially during summer. Morning sunlight is better than afternoon sunlight.
Air & Temperature: Air circulation helps water evaporation, prevents condensation on the leaf surfaces, and reduces the growth of fungal infections and rot. Dramatic temperature change will damage the plant. Room temperature is recommended (40-80F)
Fertilize: Mix few drops of liquid plant food with water when watering the plant. Use on every watering session for best result. Another way of using the liquid plant food is to twist off the tip (not entire cap) and stick the entire bottle into the soil near the root. Do not squeeze the bottle as the soil will naturally absorb the liquid. When the bottle is empty, replace with new bottle.