Bunny Ear Cactus
You don't want to cuddle up with this bunny! Those tiny fuzzy spots you see on Hopper are actually short prickles that will stick into you if you're not careful. But don't let that put you off from adding him to your plant gang. He's extremely easy to care for and quite adorable if you ask us.
Bright indirect light or direct light.
Once every 3-4 weeks. Allow soil to remain dry.
Good for jet setters.
They'll like this one—trust us.
Pro-tip: You can remove its "ears" and place them on top of dry soil until roots emerge. Boom. Here comes Hopper Jr.
Small: Around 8 inches tall with a container width of 4 inches.
Foliage sizes will vary.