It has been sitting underneath the ladder where it gets the benefit of the blowing rain, and drips from some of the other plants higher on the ladder, and I think that is why it has so many blooms. It normally will only have about 2 at a time.
Here you can see how full it is, and all the blooms.
This plant came as a cutting from a friend/co-worker of mine. It has done so well!
The blooms look waxy. There are about 2000 different species of these plants, I discovered.
My Christmas Cactus is thriving, and so full!
The plant in the top pot is a clipping from my periwinkle. It died during the winter, but came back strong in the spring.
The succulents are doing well. I pinched off some of the spider plant, and the hens and chicks, and created the pot seen in the little white bowl.
Do your house plants thrive outside?