How to Replant a Christmas Cactus for a Thriving Plant

How to Replant a Christmas Cactus for a Thriving Plant

Along with poinsettias and amaryllis, Christmas cactus is a favorite plant for bringing vibrant color to your home during the holiday season. But if you’ve had your Christmas cactus for a few years, the roots will grow and you’ll need to know how to replant your Christmas cactus to ensure it continues to bloom.

An essential part of Christmas cactus care is regular transplanting, which should be done every two to three years or when the plant’s current pot becomes too small for the roots.

But getting the techniques and basics right is crucial to ensuring the success of your repotting process. That’s why we turned to our plant and gardening experts for help on this matter. But rest assured, it won’t be easier once you know what to do.

(Image credit: Getty Images/Nadia Su)

How to replant a Christmas cactus

You may also like...

Leave a Reply