I have an Easter cactus (Rhipsalidopsis) that randomly blooms throughout the year, with a larger flush of flowers in the spring (hence the Easter name). Today it opened two flowers.
This started as a cutting off a plant marked as the ever-present "Christmas
cactus", but the flowers are different, the stem segments have bristles,
and it's in a completely different genus. But other than that, Thanksgiving/Christmas/Easter cacti are... you know... all exactly the same. Hooray for mis-marked plants.
since this "cutting" was a broken piece of the plant that I picked up
off the floor at Walmart, I guess I shouldn't complain too much.
I grew this from a two-segment piece about four years ago. I stuck
it in a little pot and it grew, and it's been blooming since about six months after I planted it. I really like it.