|This is one hell of a shade of red...three technically.|
This Christmas cactus was added to the collection along with two others, and according to the color analysis software I used to try and get an idea of what shade of red it is, it's fire engine red, Cranberry red and Crimson depending on the angle. In case you are wondering the blossoms are crinkly like that because I think they got slightly frosted.
This was a mixed colors pot from the same source as the above red one. Pure white with pink accents and incredibly pink bordering on fuchsia. The next two photos are two angles on the same plant.
|While labelled as Dark orange, I prefer to call it Fireball orange.|
|Now with 20% more redness!|
|Quick shot of Limelight Christmas cactus about to bloom note the bud color.|
|This true color shot seems to have skewed the color of this Lime Light.|
|Dancing Bones Cactus|
This is a close up of Hatiora salicornoides, while it is not in bloom you can see why it got the name 'Drunkard's Dream'. The stem segments with age get longer as you can see and they go from a young sort of beer bottle shape to a wine bottle shape and then eventually look like bones.