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Q.Thanksgiving Cactus

Zone Superior, Colorado 80027 | annaherrera62@gmail.com added on November 17, 2020 | Answered

I live in Colorado (dry!!!) and it is now quite cold at night. I had my Thanksgiving cactus outside during the summer which it lived. I have brought it in and it is now blooming but it looks as tho it is starting to stop. I water it a bit each week and have intermittently sprayed it with water. I also wonder if the reason is that it is so dark outside at night and when I brought it in it is not getting the same darkness as it it did outside. Sorry this is so long and I hope you can help me understand what I’m doing wrong. Thank you very much, Anna Kramer

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Answered on November 18, 2020

They only have one flush of blooms at a time, so yours is probably fine. They can have additional bloom cycles during the year.


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