31 October 2009

Christmas Cactus Blooming


 

Although today is Halloween the Christmas cactus is blooming in the kitchen which is nice for me since flowers are one of my passions and all the flowers except these pansies are dead in the yard.





 If you want to see all the other great pinks on this the orange and black holiday you should stop by Bev's at How Sweet the Sound and then visit the new blog I visited this week, Ann at Anne Fannie's Green Acres. She has the cutest pups ready for the holiday and she makes gorgeous gift tags which she sells at her Etsy shop. Have a wonderful weekend and we will see you next week. Blessings, Meg

9 comments:

Anne Fannie said...

Meg
It is so wonderful to meet you on Pink Saturday! I love your blog and all your beautiful flowers, which gardening is one of my biggest passions too! I have clicked to follow your blog to keep in touch!
Thanks for highlighting my blog on Pink Saturday!
Hugs, Ann

someplace in thyme said...

I am so sorry to hear you lost your pansies. I think it's great that your Christmas cactus is in bloom, it's preparing you for what is to come, a holiday filled with love and hope for the future. Happy Pink Saturday and Happy Halloween, Char

Claudia said...

I'm glad the pansies are still hanging in there - the Christmas Cactus is a welcome addition, I bet! Happy Pink Saturday!

CC said...

Your Christmas cactus is so pretty and so are the pansies. Happy Pink Saturday and Happy Halloween.

Mary said...

Your cactus is lovely and pointing the way to the next set of holidays. Have a wonderful Pink Saturday.

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Meg; Happy Pink Saturday... Your Christmas Cactus is just beautiful... Pansies are pretty hardy,,, so hope they last a little longer for you.... have a great weekend.

Hugs;
Alaura

Lea said...

Hi Meg!

Happy November!
I loved seeing all your flowers and bet you are so enjoying that bloomin CHRISTmas cactus! I used to have one long ago. I've been thinking about starting an amaryllis or two in a pot. My Mother used to buy them for me and there's just something about having a pot of blooming flowers indoors when they weather is yucky outside.
Have a beeeautiful day!
lea

Dawn said...

Thanks for coming by Meg. This is the second post I've seen today about Christmas Cactus blooming on hallloween! Must be the weird weather we've all had this year.LOL!
Hugs
Dawn

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

your cactus is wonderful Meg. My Mom has one that will be blooming soon. She keeps hers on a backporch that is not heated so therefore it's very very cool out there in the Winter and her plants seem to love it. I don't have any luck at all. Mom has had hers for years and years. Happy (way late) Pink Sturday.