Schlumbergera...we call this plant Christmas Cactus in Germany

Look at this beautiful blossoms! Not all of them bloom yet. Can you imagine how it looks when all of the blossoms are open?

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Comment by Rose Iris Will on Sunday

Dear Rosemary, it's winter now but we don't have snow yet here in my region. What a pity!

Comment by Rosemary :) on Sunday

  Hi , Rose  :) 

   It's  definitely  a beautiful  flower  . However  , what season  is it now in your country  . 

        I thought  you are having snow now ???!!!!

Comment by Rose Iris Will on Friday


 By the way, the plant blooms some week. It looks beautiful.

Comment by Rose Iris Will on Friday

I am sorry, Robbie. If I knew how, I would send you such a plant but I don't think it would survive.

Comment by Rose Iris Will on Friday

Dear bet.

If the last blossoms start bloom, then the first ones weathers.

So it looks today.

Comment by Robbie on December 6, 2018 at 17:29

It's so lovely! I've been wanting to have one but I couldn't find in the garden center here yet. I hope the blooms will last for many weeks. Christmas is just around the corner... :)

Comment by bet on December 4, 2018 at 19:57

beautifil blomen, indeed but sorry i can not say as i have never seen it let mee see when it will be full bloms

Comment by Svitlana on December 4, 2018 at 9:45

Don't be sorry, dear Rose! No problem. )))

Comment by Rose Iris Will on December 4, 2018 at 9:24

Oh, sorry, Svitlana, I forgot wishing you a nice day.

Comment by Rose Iris Will on December 4, 2018 at 9:22

It is exactly the same plant, dear Svitlana.


You are lucky because your plant looks good after the blossoms fade. I'm always afraid my plant is dead after fading, but she comes back with its beautiful blossoms, every year.

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