A tiny bead of pearly pink. Another. And another. On tips of green.


Ready for a re-bloom.

Christmas cactus again in February?


Well, I fed them.


That’s what I want. A late bloom, a re-bloom.

Need to feed.


“Those who are planted in the house of the LORD Shall flourish in the courts of our God. They shall still bear fruit in old age; They shall be fresh and flourishing.”                 -Psalm 92:13-14


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8 thoughts on “Re-Bloom

  1. Shanda, your comment made me laugh. It could have been me speaking, except a couple years ago, after our Christmas and Easter cacti both died prolonged deaths, our neighbor, who had gorgeous plants, gave us this one, along with some bloom booster plant food. I faithfully watered and fed like she said, and voila! There it is! Kind of a miracle! A grace gift.

    1. Yes, Tatjana, it’s quite a wonder, that beauty popping out of that green! (I take no credit! Soil, water, plant, and plant food — and it happens!) Glad you stopped by. Thanks for commenting!

  2. Feed and grows: That is what we call babies in the nursery that are only in the hospital to gain weight, but if they do not, they are too fragile to send out into the non-nurturing environment of the world. Like your Christmas cactus, may we soak up what we need to bloom wherever He plants us.


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