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Christmas cactus (Schumbergera bridgesi) is a departure from the stereotypical prickly, sun-loving, dry weather, desert plant, as Christmas cactus is tropical and has different growing requirements. Although Christmas cactus appreciates bright sunlight, it blooms best with moist soil and cooler temperatures. Christmas cactus isn't a demanding...

The Best Method for Propagating Christmas Cactus From Cuttings

Christmas cactus (Schumbergera bridgesi) is a departure from the stereotypical prickly, sun-loving, dry weather, desert plant, as Christmas cactus is tropical and has different growing requirements. Although Christmas cactus appreciates bright sunlight, it blooms best with moist soil and cooler temperatures. Christmas cactus isn't a demanding...

5 Steps to Repot Your Orchid ~   Posted by Just Add Ice Orchids... It's Just That Simple.

5 Steps to Repot Your Orchid

The Christmas Cactus, no other plant seems to be equal, for its odd beauty or for the number of questions from frustrated owners about its...

How to Care For and Make a Christmas Cactus Bloom

The Christmas Cactus, no other plant seems to be equal, for its odd beauty or for the number of questions from frustrated owners about its...

Care for a Christmas Cactus Step 12.jpg how to prune your cactus...and start new ones

Care for a Christmas Cactus

Care for a Christmas Cactus Step 12.jpg how to prune your cactus...and start new ones

My beloved cactus began wilting from root rot... :(  Therefore: propagation time using the healthy bits!  This page explains how to cut, dry, plant, and care for new cuttings.  Another resource with a more exacting time scale for rooting & new foliage can be found here: http://www.turtlestuff.com/growingcactus.html

My beloved cactus began wilting from root rot... :( Therefore: propagation time using the healthy bits! This page explains how to cut, dry, plant, and care for new cuttings. Another resource with a more exacting time scale for rooting & new foliage can be found here: http://www.turtlestuff.com/growingcactus.html

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