Rhipsalis sulcata - Statement Plants

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Rhipsalis sulcata

An epiphytic cactus with bright green, angled, trailing branches. White to pinkish flowers bloom in spring.

Filtered or dappled sun

Likes to stay moist

Well drained organic soil

Not frost tolerant

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  • Rhipsalis sulcata, (often mislabelled as R. micrantha), is an attractive trailing epiphytic cactus. It has bright to dark green segmented branches with small white flowers in spring. The flowers are followed by small, white berries.

    As with all the Rhipsalis, R. sulcata does not like full sun. Place in a position that receives morning or evening sun only and filtered light. Plant into an organic mix of peat or compost with some bark and perlite mixed in. Keep the plant moist, but not wet, and move under cover if you are in an area prone to frost.

    Synonyms

    Hylorhipsalis sulcata, Rhipsalis micrantha F.A.C.Weber


    Plant height 10 to 30cm before trailing
    Plant width Stems can grow to 1m in length
    Habit Epiphytic cactus, erect then pendant
    Growth Cycle Perennial
    Foliage Light green, angeld branches
    Flower Small white to pinkish
    Flowering time Spring
    Toxicity Non toxic. Safe around pets and children.