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90635  

Pereskia aculeata 'Godseffiana Variegata'

Variegated Barbados Gooseberry or Lemon Vine



Pereskia aculeata Godseffiana Variegata

$14.95  

New! This is an unusual climbing primitive cactus with golden waxy leaves with a green central flame on the upper surface and rosy-red color on the reverse. Its white flowers are followed by small edible fruit. Grow in partial to full sun and allow it to partially dry out between waterings. It's frequently grown in greenhouses and as a hanging basket houseplant. Native to the West Indies, coastal northern South America, and Panama. USDA zones 9 - 11. Cactaceae


90670  

Rhipsalis cereuscula

Rice cactus, Coral Cactus, Mistletoe Cactus



Rhipsalis cereuscula

$7.95  

New! This is an epiphytic (tree-dwelling) cactus with light green cylindrical jointed stems that look like chubby grains of rice. The stems are erect at first, but as they grow longer they become pendant up to 2 feet long. In the spring, tiny greenish-white, often tinged with pink, flowers appear to be followed later by small white berries. It makes a perfect houseplant and hanging basket plant with its numerous small flowers. It thrives best in bright shade with no direct sunlight. It's not a drought-resistant plant, so regular watering is necessary, but let the soil dry out a bit between waterings. Plant it in a slightly acidic, well-drained potting mix. It will not survive a hard frost, so it should be brought indoors or given protection in winter. The tips of the stems often turn reddish with cold weather. It's a native of Uruguay and Brazil. USDA zones 9b to 11b Cactaceae


90671  

Rhipsalis micrantha subsp. rauhiorum

Short Straps Rhipsalis



Rhipsalis micrantha subsp. rauhiorum

$9.95  

New! This "Mistletoe Cactus" has small white flowers on flattened fleshy stems, later followed with mistletoe-like white berries. This subspecies is distinct from type with wider leaves and deeper grooved margins. This epiphytic jungle cactus has hanging stems, up to 2.5 feet, that makes it excellent for a hanging basket. It likes a rainforest environment with dappled shade, warmth and humidity. It's not a drought-resistant plant, so regular watering is necessary, but let the soil dry out a bit between waterings. Plant it in a slightly acidic, well-drained potting mix. It will not survive a hard frost, so it should be brought indoors or given protection in winter. Native to the rainforests of Southern Ecuador. USDA zones 9b to 11 Cactaceae


90672  

Rhipsalis paradoxa

Chain Cactus



Rhipsalis paradoxa

$12.95  

New! This sought after hanging epiphytic cactus has three-angled stems with the angles and facets alternating between areoles and sharply defined edges. The stem color is light green, later dark green, often with reddish edges. Small white flowers are followed by pale red 2.5 inch berry-like fruit. Hanging down in chain-like clusters that can grow over 6 feet long makes this a great looking epiphyte and ideal for a large hanging basket. It likes a rainforest environment with dappled shade, warmth and humidity. It's not a drought-resistant plant, so regular watering is necessary, but let the soil dry out a bit between waterings. Plant it in a slightly acidic, well-drained potting mix. It will not survive a hard frost, so it should be brought indoors or given protection in winter. Native to Southeastern Brazil. USDA zones 9b to 11 Cactaceae     The line drawing is licensed under a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark 1.0 License





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