Did you get one for Easter and now it's fading? Easter cactus are native to forests drier than their cousins, the Christmas cactus. It's not hard to keep them growing and flowering for years, if you follow the tips in this article.

Easter Cactus Care – Tips For Growing An Easter Cactus Plant

Hybridization has given us a host of beautiful and unusual plants to choose from, such as the Christmas and Easter cactus, hybrids of the Brazilian forest cactus. This article focuses on the Easter cactus plant.

Easter Cactus: How it Differs from Christmas Cactus on http://www.hortmag.com

Easter Cactus: How it Differs from Christmas Cactus

Growing Easter Cactus Successfully

Easter Cactus 'Scorpius' (Rhipsalidopsis gaertneri) Bright red, blooms arrive in profusion from March until May. Each flower lasts for several weeks, opening every morning after sunrise and closing at sundown. The iridescent star-shaped

Tips for Growing Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter Cactus

Tips for Growing Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter Cactus

When and How to Repot a Christmas Cactus: Repotting Christmas Cactus isn’t complicated, but the key is knowing when and how to repot a Christmas Cactus.

Hybridization has given us a host of beautiful and unusual plants to choose from, such as the Christmas and Easter cactus, hybrids of the Brazilian forest cactus. This article focuses on the Easter cactus plant.

Easter Cactus Care – Tips For Growing An Easter Cactus Plant

Hybridization has given us a host of beautiful and unusual plants to choose from, such as the Christmas and Easter cactus, hybrids of the Brazilian forest cactus. This article focuses on the Easter cactus plant.

Easter Cactus ~ Botanical Name: Hatiora gaertneri.  Easter Cactus is a member of the Cactaceae family. Native to the South American rain forests, this cactus is epiphytic, making its home on trees.  _via Guide-to-houseplants.com/easter-cactus.html

Easter Cactus ~ Botanical Name: Hatiora gaertneri. Easter Cactus is a member of…

White Easter Cactus ‘Sirius’ p.p. (Rhipsalidopsis hybrid)

White Easter Cactus ‘Sirius’ p. (Rhipsalidopsis hybrid) Exceptional flowering houseplants, Easter cactus have been used for generations to brighten the early spring window. ‘Sirius’, the only all-white cultivar with its distinctive star-shap

Christmas Cactus / Easter Cactus: Hatiora gaertneri [Synonyms: Schlumbergera gaertneri / Epiphyllum gaertner / Rhipsalidopsis gaertneri]

PlantFiles: Picture of Easter Cactus (Hatiora gaertneri) braucht wenig Licht.

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.

Rotten Christmas Cactus Roots – How To Fix Holiday Cactus With Root Rot

You've been caring for it all year and now that it’s time to expect winter blooms, you find the leathery leaves wilted and limp on your Christmas cactus. Find out in this article and fix your limp Christmas cactus.

Claw like lobes is the Thanksgiving cactus and the round lobed is the Christmas cactus.  The Easter cactus has soft bristles at the end of the lobes.

difference between a Thanksgiving cactus and a Christmas cactus - Thanksgiving is pointed on the top. Turns out mine is Thanksgiving not Christmas & it's blooming again in March-?

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