Schlumbergera Cactus

rickylovecky at my-deja.com rickylovecky at my-deja.com
Wed Jun 30 11:23:59 EST 1999


In article <7lberj$sh8$1 at nnrp1.deja.com>,
  ntbandit at globec.com.au wrote:
> In article <7l2vc1$2t1$1 at nnrp1.deja.com>,
>   rickylovecky at my-deja.com wrote:
> > What causes the leaves on the schlumbergera to turn red and then
later
> > the whole plant dies.  The leaves if planted will green up and start
> > growing.
> >
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> g'day,
>
> sounds like an overwatering problem, they like to be watered but let
> them dry a bit between watering, when you get periods of good rain put
> the plant out in the rain to leach the soil all plants like fresh rain
> water.
>
> len
>
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The cactus gets plenty of rain water(that's all I use) and is watered
regularly.  I live in Central Texas..would that have an effect on it?


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