Water: Water once a week in summer and spring, can dry out more in between waterings in the winter. Light: Bright to moderate indirect light. Tips: Browning tips can be caused from chemical buildup from the water.
Water: Keep the soil evenly moist while your plant is blooming, misting it frequently. Light: Place the cactus in an east-facing window for moderate light and some direct sun. Tips: Repot your cactus each year after flowering. Maintain an optimal climate of 65 degrees. About six to eight weeks before you want the plant to rebloom, you should allow the plant to begin its dormancy cycle by cutting back on Christmas cactus moisture and reducing both light and temperature. Simply cut back the watering and make sure the plant receives 12-14 hours of darkness and average temperatures around 50-55...
Water: Water once a week when soil is dry. Let dry between waterings. Light: 6-8 hours of direct sun required. Rotate pot. Tips: Needs cool temperatures. If indoors, keep thermostat in low 60's during winter. Prune to keep dwarf habit.
Water: Water when the soil surface is dry. Light: Medium light. Some sun OK in winter months only. Tips: Mist in winter if air is too dry.
Water: Water once or twice a week allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Light: Medium to bright indirect light. Can tolerate low indirect light. Not suited for intense direct sun. Tips: Average home humidity is fine. Can tolerate dry air.