Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera bridgesii) is a native of Brazil. Not at all like the familiar desert cactus, Christmas cactus is tropical, spineless and it blooms in trailing flowers. It requires long periods of darkness at night, in the fall, to bloom for Christmas. Pruning the Christmas cactus after it blooms is an important part of its care....
This Plant Is Unlike Any Other Cactus You've Ever Cared For
Christmas cactus is a prolific grower that eventually needs to be repotted. While this is not too complicated, the key is knowing when and how to repot a Christmas cactus. This article will help with that.
How to Use Castor Oil to Nourish a Christmas Cactus
If a stem of your mature Christmas cactus is getting woody, it doesn’t mean that anything is amiss. That means that there is no reason to try fixing a Christmas cactus with woody stems. Click here for more information about woody Christmas cactus.
Rotten Christmas Cactus Roots – How To Fix Holiday Cactus With Root Rot
Christmas Cactus Is Rotting: Tips On Treating Root Rot In Christmas Cactus - Christmas cactus is a hardy tropical cactus that brightens the environment with gorgeous blooms around the winter holidays. Although easy to get along with and requires minimal care, it is susceptible to root rot. Learn how to treat it here.