Buy Christmas Cactus Plant Online

Sale priceRs. 249.00


Christmas cactus is a very popular houseplant because its so easy to grow and rewards you with beautiful trumpet like flowers. When they bloom, they produce colourful, tubular flowers in pink or lilac colors. These beautiful flowers, their long bloom time, and easy care requirements make them a wonderful plant. We’ll bet someone in your family has a Christmas cactus! Christmas cactus is not only easy to care for but propagates easily too, making it an exceptional candidate for holiday gift giving. Let’s look at how to how to plant Christmas cactus and care for it.

Dimensions of Potted Plants: L x B x H ~ 4" x 4" x 6"
Growth Medium: Coco Peat
Pot Description: Round Plastic Pot

How to Care for Christmas Cactus

Light: Bright light or a spot with sunlight for 2-3 hours daily

Water: Once in 7 days with protection from direct exposure to rain

Feed: Once a month during the cooler months to encourage blooms

Common Names

Christmas Cactus, Thanksgiving Cactus, Easter Cactus, Crab Cactus, Holiday Cactus, Whitsun Cactus

Native Region

South American rainforests

Botanical Name

Schlumbergera bridgessii



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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
This is wrong on so many levels

Firstly, the photo of the plant is deceiving. The picture provided on the plant description is of a fishbone cactus. I purchased the product based on the picture I saw, because it was clearly the picture of a fishbone cactus and I thought, I might be mistaken and it might also be called as a Christmas cactus. And the plant that I have been provided is so unhealthy, brown and wrinkled, I feel bad for the plant. I would offcourse do my best to save the plant, but this is so wrong by Rootbridges, it almost felt like an extra measure was taken to provide a discarded plant.
Just why does the name of the plant not match with the picture provided here for reference?
I really wanted to show a picture of what I received but I don't see an option here right now.

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