Rhipsalis campos-portoana - Statement Plants
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Rhipsalis campos-portoana

An elegant trailing, epiphytic cacti with fine, slender stems. Masses of small white flowers bloom in spring, followed by orange berries.

Filtered or dappled sun

Likes to stay moist

Well drained organic soil

Not frost tolerant

Pot Size
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  • Rhipsalis campos-portoana is an attractive epiphyic cacti with fine, light green trailing stems. It has small white flowers that bloom in spring, followed by orange fruit.

    As with most Rhipsalis, it does not do well in full sun. Position her where she receives morning sun and afternoon shade. Sufficient light is required in order for it to flower. Plant in a well draining mix of organic compost, bark and/or perlite. Water regularly, watering when the top of the soil is starting to dry out.

    Synonyms

    Mistletoe Cactus
    Erythrorhipsalis campos-portoana


    Plant height 5-15cm
    Plant width Stems grow to 50cm or more
    Habit Epiphytic cactus, erect then pendant
    Growth Cycle Perennial
    Foliage Fine, bright green branched stems
    Flower Small white flowers, followed by orange berries
    Flowering time Spring
    Toxicity Non toxic. Pet and child friendly.