Easter Cactus - How to grow and care for Easter Cactus
Easter Cactus (Rhipsalidopsis) bloom in many cheery colors and the flowers arrive in profusion from March until May. Their star-shaped blooms open at sunrise and close at sunset and last for several weeks. Learn how to grow and care for your Easter Cactus
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Epiphyllum on my front porch. Easy to grow in warm climates. They bloom once a year on the red tips. This variety has peach flowers the size of basketballs. Full sun, I don't fertilize. Water when soil drys out. Allow them to crowd and trail over a pot. Be gentle moving, they don't care for change If you want a piece to start, call me
PlantFiles Pictures: Hatiora Species, Easter Cactus, Holiday Cactus, Whitsun Cactus (Hatiora gaertneri) by SandPiper
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Hatiora rosea (Rose Easter Cactus) | World of Succulents
Hatiora rosea (Rose Easter Cactus) is a mostly erect or somewhat arching or pendent, bushy cactus with unique, jointed stems and many rose-colored...
Hatiora x graeseri (Easter Cactus) | World of Succulents
Hatiora x graeseri (Easter Cactus) is a freely branching, pendent shrub with stems made up of flat, mid-green segments. Hatiora gaertneri...
Hatiora gaertneri (Easter Cactus) | World of Succulents
Hatiora gaertneri (Easter Cactus), formerly known as Rhipsalidopsis gaertneri, is a cactus that grows on trees or less often rocks in tropical rain...