Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Wordless Wednesday My Tardy Christmas Cactus





This Christmas Cactus is ten years old, but really it is far older. It is a cutting from a very old Chicago family Christmas Cactus given to us by our dear friend Larry Heinemann when we were married in 2000. When he gave it to us, it was a cutting in a six inch pot with three little stems. If you live in Hawaii, let me know and I will give you some cuttings. The whole ordeal of being shipped here may have something to do with it's tardiness at blooming this year. We'll see what happens next year.

3 comments:

Cloudia said...

How sweet pink!



Aloha, Neighbor Island Friend


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damontucker said...

Nice pics...

Missed the cut off time for the FBI Blogs.

WW's need to be posted by 10:00 on Wednesdays to make it to FBI if it's been a heavily blogged day.

Larry said...

Devany, the cactus looks spectacular; congratulations. The cutting came from a plant that my mom brought into the house when I was 10, over 50 years ago. A long history, and I was glad to share it with you. And Hawaii obviously agrees with it.