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Christmas cactus vendors

Posted by luv_daises ( on
Thu, May 29, 14 at 23:33

I am wanting to expand my Don't have very many but wanting to get different types. I have checked out ebay and think some of them are kind of pricey so I was wanting to see how you all ordered your plants. I have tried checking out how to buy overseas but no luck, so if you all have done it before maybe give me some tips. I have ordered some from Bob Smoley and thought he sent some nice plants but couldn't get the ones that I really wanted, all sold out.Thanks

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RE: Christmas cactus vendors

I ordered one from logee's, they have several kinds of holiday cacti you might like. Just type in "Christmas Cactus" in the search bar at the top. It will show you a few good ones to choose from.
I hope you find something you like!

Here is a link that might be useful: logee's

RE: Christmas cactus vendors

I've had good luck ordering from Whitton's Greenhouse but I'm not sure if they are open for the summer? You can always email or call... They do not sell the true Christmas Cactus but sell the "Thanksgiving Cactus" just to clarify....

They sell small starter plants in different colors...

Here is a link that might be useful: Whitton Greenhouse

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RE: Christmas cactus vendors

  • Posted by val1 z4 UT (My Page) on
    Fri, Jun 6, 14 at 1:53

I ordered mine last fall from Bob Smoley's and was very pleased. I was able to get the ones I wanted. Did you call and ask when they might have the ones you want? The lady I talked to was very helpful. I had wanted to order some more at a different time and she told me that a good time to order was late summer when they had restocked but before the big rush for them.

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