Christmas Cactus Red Zygocactus - Live Christmas Cactus Plant - 4" Pot
These Christmas cactus are well rooted and ready to grow! Photo of plant in pot is similar to what you will receive. Currently budding!
Winter Hardy Zones: 9b-11.
Once flowering ends, place succulent in a cool spot(50-60 degree range) near a window for two-three weeks. This will allow the plant to onset more flower buds for flowering later in winter. This process can be repeated through winter!
Care Instructions: Only water plant when soil looks completely dry, or if plant begins to look wrinkled. Keep Christmas Cactus near any window where they can get bright light. They do not require direct sun, but will a lot of times develop an attractive red/purple hue to this foliage if left in full sun. Make sure to use cactus soil or a well draining soil like pine fines. If using as a wedding favor, place gravel, charcoal, or something coarse in bottom of item that the Christmas cactus is going in. This will help keep the plant from rotting when watered.
California, Arizona or Hawaii orders will be shipped bare root!
If you live in a cold area with temps below freezing, please purchase a heat pack along with your plant. 72 hour packs should be used for 2 day shipping and 96 hour packs for 3 day + shipping. If you are unsure which heat pack is needed please message us with your zip code.
We do our best to check weather forecasts before shipping to ensure your plants are in transit on the best days however weather and shipping delays are unfortunately out of our control. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR COLD DAMAGE IF A HEAT PACK IS NOT PURCHASED WITH YOUR ORDER.
LINK TO OUR HEAT PACKS:
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