It is a beautiful plant. Cute selfie too. My plant does not have as many blooms. Have a happy Monday!
Beautiful blossoms. Smiling at your selfie.
Beautiful Sandra, my sister in law has a red one, you look surprised to be photo bombed. lolBrionyx
They are lovely and ours are just flowering too. Have a marvellous Monday.Best wishes Molly
My Christmas cactus can't read a calendar. That's all I've got to say about that!!Best,Bonnie
Beautiful photography of a beautiful bloom. Our plant like this in SA, only blooms in mid-winter:May. Love the selfie as well. Your header made me all nostalgic as it was exactly how my mum's decorations looked. Greetings Jo
Love the photo bomb
These are beautiful! I don't remember ever seeing a white one for sale. Love all your photos; even the ooops!!!
MS that is a gorgeous Christmas Cactus!!!How old is it? LOL your photo bombed yourself.....in Mad Snapper styleHugs cecilia
Beautiful Christmas Cactus and I love your photo bomb picture :)
LOL! You are too funny. A unintentional selfie. ;)xo Catherine
That's actually the perspective flowers should be photographed in, since it's much more interesting then from above!MersadMersad Donko Photography
You're so funny. lol. The Christmas Cactus is gorgeous, and I LOVE your Header!!
you're too cute. :)
A beauty! I like the white one as well. My pink one is huge and has flowered once this year and is ready to flower again - maybe in the new year? (It's got buds).
I've given my cactus to Marcy. She has them blooming beautifully. I tend to kill them.
My mom has a white one but I don't think it has blooms on it this year. - Loved that you photo bombed yourself. They are very pretty flowers.
It's beautiful. Even though I have no green thumb I had a Christmas cactus that I kept alive for a long time. Of course it did eventually die but it held up better than most plants.
So pretty!!! Why is it in the nursery? It looks healthy and beautiful!!!
NICE! My Christmas cactus is rather slow this year. I guess I should be happy that it has buds. :)
TOO funny!! I love seeing YOU, you are looking so concentrated! This is the prettiest one I have ever seen. Plant Nursery...is it Bob's or a retail one? I would think it is Bob because it is growing so wonderfully. It is abundant and glorious.
Well that's something you don't see too often. It's hard to photo bomb yourself. Too funny.I see you've added a new requirement to leave a comment. Have you been getting lots of spam?
i really enjoy your oops shot .. i can see myself doing something very similar. i usually get my thumb or something like the camera strap in there. ha. ha!!gorgeous blooms. ( :
Hmmmm...upside down? When mine blooms this Winter, I will have to remember that!!...:)JP
That is simply gorgeous!! And I had to LOL at the photo bomb. Good job!
Beautiful flower shot!
I love your Christmas cactus and I love the color of it.
Oh Sandra beautiful, beautiful bloom.
Beautiful flowers.I used to have a huge Christmas cactus,but I think it died.Probably happened when my green thumbs turned brown.:)
It's beautiful and I love how you've caught the drops on it. And the selfie is good he he
It is a beautiful Christmas Cactus! I had a huge one - it strated small as a gift from one of my Sunday School students YEARS ago!!! When my mother was ill in November we had a really hard freeze and I was in Fort Worth at the hospital with her. It was outside and looks totally ruined! I wonder if there's any possibility of it coming back?
Hee hee photo bombed your own shot. Great shots of this beautiful plant. I have a few on my deck but they are not in flower down under until winter. So we don't call them Christmas cactus but Zygocactus but its real name is Schlumbergera. (say that)
Love your header! (before I forget to mention it, again!)Pretty flower, love the photo bomb!
I was going to post my Christmas Cactus today too. It went from one blossom last year to about 30 blooms this year. I have never had it bloom like this. Guess I will have to get on the ball and post it sometime today.Love the photo bomb!
You captured it perfectly! Mine is blooming right now.
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