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Tangerine Christmas Cactus - Here's a bold new color in Christmas Cactus featuring a bright tangerine flower with a streaking red stamen.      Includes pot     6" - 8" tops     Bloom lasts all winter when kept indoors     In late Spring, container can be moved outdoors     Annual

Tangerine Christmas Cactus - Here's a bold new color in Christmas Cactus featuring a bright tangerine flower with a streaking red stamen. Includes pot 6" - 8" tops Bloom lasts all winter when kept indoors In late Spring, container can be moved outdoors Annual

Fill your winter garden with scent, colour and silhouette! Don’t let the garden go bare and dormant over the cold months. These winter-flowering plants will brighten up your pots and flower borders. Heather   Winter-flowering heather is a brilliant plant for low-growing texture. It also looks fantastic in pots.

The 21 best plants and flowers for winter garden colour

Fill your winter garden with scent, colour and silhouette! Don’t let the garden go bare and dormant over the cold months. These winter-flowering plants will brighten up your pots and flower borders. Heather Winter-flowering heather is a brilliant plant for low-growing texture. It also looks fantastic in pots.

a yellow Epicactus - looks like the cuttings from nana (blooms will confirm)

a yellow Epicactus - looks like the cuttings from nana (blooms will confirm)

" TANGO red "  Schlumbergera ~ Christmas cactus #Cactus

" TANGO red " Schlumbergera ~ Christmas cactus

" TANGO red " Schlumbergera ~ Christmas cactus #Cactus

Christmas cactus. My Grannie's plant would always be in full bloom at Christmas time.

Christmas cactus. My Grannie's plant would always be in full bloom at Christmas time.

Help Your Christmas Cactus Bloom  To form flower buds, Christmas cactus needs a specific regimen of care. Put it outdoors in a shady spot during the summer. In the fall, when the temperature gets down to 45 degrees at night, bring the cactus indoors to a cool spot (about 55 degrees) and keep it in total darkness for 12-14 hours at night. Cut back on watering so the soil stays just slightly moist. Keep the plant cool and dry as buds form. Feed your Christmas cactus every 7-14 days

Help Your Christmas Cactus Bloom To form flower buds, Christmas cactus needs a specific regimen of care. Put it outdoors in a shady spot during the summer. In the fall, when the temperature gets down to 45 degrees at night, bring the cactus indoors to a cool spot (about 55 degrees) and keep it in total darkness for 12-14 hours at night. Cut back on watering so the soil stays just slightly moist. Keep the plant cool and dry as buds form. Feed your Christmas cactus every 7-14 days

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...

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...

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