To promote blooming in flowering cacti, simulate the desert conditions they grow in. These conditions include ample heat, sunlight, and correct watering procedures.
Place flowering cacti in a south or west-facing window to provide the direct sunlight they require. On average, cacti need six to eight hours of full sunlight per day.
Cacti require water to bloom, even if they are drought tolerant. Water your cactus when the soil has completely dried out.
It is prized for its showy, tubular blooms that appear from early to late winter.
Blooming occurs during late winter to early spring.
Creamy-white blooms appear in spring and summer.
Flowers can be white or red and appear in summer.
Large, bright-yellow blooms grow at the top of the cactus during summer.