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By shannon from Roanoke Rapids, NC
Usually you can revive them with wind. Put an oscillating fan, one that swings back and forth, in front of it, and give them a bit of warm water.
Chances are the roots are fine. Just water as you usually do and keep it in the same location that it was in. If the top does not perk up, just cut the whole plant back to the top of the pot and be patient.
I have a dead Christmas cactus, it looks like branches at this point. It was left in my car overnight back in December, of coarse in freezing temperature. Big mistake! I'm thinking it's hopeless at this point. Is there anything I can do? I've thought about trying to replant it, not sure if that's a good idea. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
If there is still "green plant" in the pot you may be able to save it.