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Q.I Repotted My Christmas Cactus When It Was Blooming Now It Won’t Bloom Again. Is There Help For It?

Zone Alberta Canada | bonsue50 added on November 29, 2022 | Answered

My Christmas cactus was tipping over when I first purchased it & I transplanted it It was blooming so this was a big no no. Now it won’t bloom. I tried putting it in a dark place part of the day but still no luck. Is there hope for it to bloom again?

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Answered on November 29, 2022

Yes, but it may be awhile. They prefer their roots to be crowded, and repotting may not allow for these conditions. It may take time for the roots to fill out the area and become a little rootbound before it will flower, again.

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