Cactus Comes Home


My SIL gave her fourteen year old Thanksgiving cactus away to a friend when she moved. About two years later, it was returned home. I have heard of dogs returning home, but plants?


When we returned from our overnight trip, my Just After Thanksgiving Cactus was blooming also. 🙂


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6 Responses to Cactus Comes Home

  1. Curtissann says:

    I have now put my Christmas cactus in the guest room, faint east light, closed the door so it is very cool. I sure hope it blooms sometime.

  2. Brenda Kula says:

    I love Christmas cactus! And I haven’t had one in a long time. I need to do something about that. Always a reminder of the holidays.

  3. Steve says:

    I just love those plants. Of course, they are usually “Christmas Cacti”, lol………that’s marketing and hybridization for ya! Pass me that asparagus, OK?

  4. fairegarden says:

    Hi Donna, it is lovely. How many years is that in people years? 🙂


  5. Racquel says:

    A guess it’s a Thanksgiving Cactus Donna. 🙂 Beautiful!

  6. tina says:

    It is quite beautiful-especially this time of year.

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