Schlumbergera × buckleyi (T.Moore) Tjaden, Natl. Cact. Succ. J. 21: 93 1966.;

Ornamental plant for identification 250313MK01 :  6 images. 3 posts by 3 authors.
Please help me in identifying this ornamental plant. This looks like a cactus of not more than two feet long. Stamens many.
Flower: up to 10 cm long
Place: Ooty town, Nilgiris, TN
Alt.: 2200 m asl
Date: 01 March 2013

It is Schlumbergera truncata a member of cactaceae from Brazil.

Fully agree with …

I think it is Schlumbergera x buckleyi as per
Looks different from Schlumbergera truncata as per


Schlumbergera russelliana from California-GS21072021-1: 2 images.
Schlumbergera russelliana
Christmas Cactus, Easter Cactus
Differentiated from common S. truncata in smaller and smoother segments.
Clicked from San Mateo, California, 14-6-2014

I think it may be Schlumbergera x buckleyi as per images and details at (Most of the plants sold in stores today are hybrids of S. russelliana and S. truncata. The hybrid type determines when it will bloom. There are over 200 cultivars of these plants which give a variety of flower colors.)


I’d of Schlumbergera: 2 high res. images.
Request for I’d of Schlumbergera cultivated in Bilaspur. Photographed in January, 2023.

I think this may be
Pl. check.





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