How do you root Christmas cactus plants?

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To root Christmas cactus plants, you need to take a cutting from the plant and put this segment in half-depth topsoil. Whenever you see growth coming out of this new cutting you can rest assured that the plant is taking root.
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1. Remove a stem from a healthy Christmas cactus plant, by pinching the stem at a joint. The stem should have two to five segments. 2. Lay the stem cutting in a safe, warm place to
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1. A Christmas Cactus will appreciate bright but indirect light. Keep the plant in a well-lit location (like near a window) away from direct sunlight (which can stunt growth and burn
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long rooted system and scatterted underground.
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Christmas cacti are short day plants, or more accurately long night plants.They need a certain length of darkness to induce flowering. If kept in a lit room they are unlikely to flower
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How to Care for a Christmas Cactus
The Christmas cactus is a popular holiday plant because its winter blooms often align with the Christmas holiday. Although the plants are often purchased before Christmas for their blooms, it can survive and bloom for many years if given the proper care.... More »
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