Christmas Cactus #41160



Christmas cactus
Schlumbergera

A tree branch is blocking the sunlight. What will you do?
Do nothing, bend it over or run away.
Parents
There are no known parents.

The Christmas cactus belongs to the plant family of the cactus. It is native in the coastal mountains of south-eastern Brazil. It received its name due to the fact that it blooms around Christmas. The flowers, which are often shaped zygomorphous, is available in different colors. They present abundant nectar which serves as a food source to hummingbirds.

Current location
This plant is in truelinor's Greenhouse.

12/23/11
Finally full grown.

12/19/11
It began to sprout.

12/16/11
Taken by truelinor.