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I love Christmas Cactus to bits:) Mine are about done..except for my white one..Yours are lovely..they are so loyal:)And look like birds in flight.. more wings for your angels:)
I almost bought one this week! Nice to see your pic.
The pics are beautiful..I can never keep them alive let alone have them bloom,...have a great Christmas.
I've never heard of a Christmas cactus before! It is quite pretty. Love that ornament as well.
I miss my Christmas Cactus. It was so pretty every year. I had it a long time and made the mistake of forgetting to bring it in last winter. I am going to have to get another one. I love your photos and the tree decorations.
great timing to have blooms this time of year... love nature
These are beautiful! A friend gave me a cutting from hers and it looks...well, quite pitiful!
Nice cactus! We were just giving one as a housewarming gift. It's blooming a bit now but not nearly as nice as yours. Happy holidays.
now if only my Christmas cacti looked like that rather than sparse things that have lost half of their segments and are barely clutching for life with the last of their fingernails...
My only Christmas cactus bloom is gone. I posted the fool deer who was next to my breakfast room window.
Great color in that first shot! My mom used to have a Christmas cactus that bloomed at Christmas AND Easter every year. Once it finally died, she replaced it in the same place, pot and all but the new one only did once a year.
Oh Pam, I love that angel ornament. Since I collect angels---that one caught my attention... She's gorgeous!!!Our Christmas Cactus bloomed this year BEFORE Thanksgiving... Duh!!!!!Merry Christmas.Hugs,Betsy
Oh my, what a beautiful plant! I have never seen one of those.
I love the fat birdie! So cute.
Oooh--I like the creamy one. All of mine insist on blooming Halloween or Thanksgiving. Christmas cacti can be so dazzling...just not at my house. (sigh)
I love them! I'm always amazed how the bloom right at Christmas!
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