RHIPSALIS PILOCARPA -4"
Aka Hairy Stem Rhipsalis.
Rhipsalis pilocarpa is a cactus that grows as an epiphytic shrub with cylindrical, initially upright, later hanging stems that reach up to 16 inches (40 cm) in length. At the top, stems branch into whorls. The stems and branches are dark green, tinged red in full sun, and covered with white hairs growing from the areoles.
Flowers are small, fragrant, white with pink centers, bell-shaped, up to 0.8 inches (2 cm) in diameter, and appear at the end of the branches. Fruits are red to maroon, spherical with bristle-like spines, and up to 0.5 inches (1.3 cm) in diameter.
- Light: bright indirect
- Soil: succulent mix
- Water: allow to slightly dry between watering. Avoid wet soil
- Fertilizer: slow release
Available as assorted in 4" nursery pot
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