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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving!

I hope you woke up this morning with things to be thankful for. I did.

Thanksgiving cactus/Schlumbergera truncata







Happy Thanksgiving!

12 comments:

  1. Happy Thanksgiving, Alison! Great close-ups. I love Thanksgiving cacti, and the other forest cacti.

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  2. My Thanksgiving cactus has lots of buds but it hasn't managed a bloom yet. Maybe the near 90F temperatures last weekend made it timid about blooming. Enjoy the day!

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  3. Happy Thanksgiving, dear friend! Hope it was relaxing for you and Nigel! Love your Thanksgiving cactus is beautiful!

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving, Alison! What a gorgeous flower and perfect timing. It's raining cats and dogs here, but could be snow, so I won't complain.

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  5. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving Alison!

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  6. Happy Thanksgiving Alison, hope it was wonderful for you!

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  7. Splendid pictures! I used to have one of those cactus, they are so pretty and undemanding. Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for your beautiful posts. Even if I don´t always comment, I read them all.

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  8. Schlumbergera. Beautiful. I had a red one pretty enough to take as a hostess gift when we went to Panama City for Thanksgiving.

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  9. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  10. I used to have a beautiful Christmas Cactus, but when we moved to the cabin it died. Yours has inspired me to try again.

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