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Re: night blooming cereus

Actually, most cacti in pots enjoy weekly watering in their growing season, and being kept dry during their dormancy period. I am currently trying to remember to both keep the Christmas cacti on the dry side, and to water my desert cacti more frequently. In couple weeks, I will start doing the reverse!

On Saturday, August 30, 2003, at 02:47 AM, Marge Talt wrote:
I am jealous, Lynda, of all the blooms you get on yours, but think I
have discovered 2 reasons why mine has not produced many over the
years - the first being that I've been cutting back the new growth to
control size and the 2nd being that I haven't watered it enough in
summer - thinking it was a cactus, it didn't dawn on me that it
wanted water:-)  I have found that they really like water in summer
and think our incredible rain this year is what has encouraged mine
to be more generous with flowers.
Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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