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I was given a tiny cactus last Christmas by the nurses by whom I have been cared for. It has grown to huge proportions and sports well over 100 flowers. So I am sharing it............

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Lia

Ruby, I too hope you will feel a bit better and daylight is improving now, day by day!!

I told you I had such a small plant too. It had several nice flowers in November and lots of buds.
All the buds fell off!!!!
But it is getting new small leaves now, so I think it was put into bloom too soon. Now it has a nice and quiet, warm place on my windowsill (I only have a northern window, so it won't see sun!) and I'm hoping it will grow and then bloom - in it's own time.
We have to be patient, don't we!!

ulangariver

Ruby, we're often thinking of you. All the Best from Down Under. Nev/Marge/Barry Koala. ♥♥♥

ruby18

Thanks, Brightspark. Neville, too. I have a streetlight in my garden, overlooking the road, and I am presently working out the [slow] returning daylight. I am unable to walk very far so must take my entertainment from what I can see. Blessings to all on Jigidi. :-)))

brightspark

so pretty ♥

Lia

Nev: Jigidi Knowledge University at work here!!

ruby18

Thank you both for your kind comments. There has been no let-up recently with the heavy rain and gales, and I have two leaks in my kitchen roof. Oh for an Aussie spring! Hugs to Lia, too. :-)))

ulangariver

Lia, they are quite hardy plants, and can even tolerate a light frost. Marge has some in baskets hanging off our side back fence, a few in pots in our roofed pergola, and one under our awning near the back door. And it doesn't matter where we put them, the birds know exactly where to find them! :-))) ♥♥♥

Lia

Nev, I never realised these plants could grow outside in warmer countries.
How lovely they actually are usefull, for birds!!

ulangariver

Diana, it is often called Christmas Cactus in many countries, but here in Australia we call it Zygocactus - same thing. Marge has about seven or eight different colours of these. The nectar they produce attracts our birds called Noisy Miners. These flowers are an early Spring (September) "special" for these birds.
Greetings from Nev/Marge/Barry Koala. Hope this finds you well, as it leaves us. ♥♥♥

Lia

It's grown to be beautiful!
You have looked after it very well!