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Coral Cactus + Cement Planter

$55.00

BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis cereuscula (native to Brazil)

AKA_ Coral Cactus, Rice Cactus, Mistletoe Cactus

FEATURES_ It gets its name from the rice or coral shaped joints that make up the stem. It starts off as an upright bushy plant that, as it grows, drops and hangs over the edge in clusters of rice shaped joints.  An impressive hanging plant for a bright position indoors or filtered light position outdoors.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ This plant is a bit of weirdo. It starts upright with erect shoots which become pendant like but then sends out further upright clusters, like a bunch of flowers. Called a coral cactus, but not coral, nor strictly a cactus. It’s a bit of a messed up plant. Perfect for the boho jungalow, carefree and a little bit wild.

Rhipsalis ‘Red Coral’ + Ribbed Cylinder Planter

$59.00

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BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis ssp. (native to Central and South American, Caribbean and Florida)

AKA_ Red Coral Cactus, Mouse tail Cactus, Mistletoe Cactus

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis’ cylindrical, reddish (in bright light), noodle like foliage, pendant stems are a feature of this plant. Stems can grow to a length of 15cm and overall to a length of 50cm. Place high on a shelf, in one of our medium sized macrame plant hangers or drape stems over a tall stand makes for a dramatic feature plant in the home. Flowers are white and appear in spring and winter. Non toxic to pets. Loves warmth and humidity (tropical).

PLANT PERSONALITY_ Messy hair, don’t care. A bit wild and woolly. Another easy care, jungle cactus to create that tropical vibe at home.

Rhipsalis baccifera ssp. ‘Mauritiana’ + Tapered Planter

$59.00

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BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis baccifera ssp. mauritiana (native to Central and South American, Caribbean and Florida)

AKA_ Spaghetti Cactus, Mistletoe Cactus

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis baccifera’s long, spaghetti like, pendant stems are a feature of this plant. Dangling from a planter high on a shelf or draping stems over a tall metal stand makes for a dramatic feature plant in the home.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ Let your hair down with this Cousin It plant.  A great hanging plant, perfect for beginners due to its low requirement for maintenance.  Wonderful plant to create an urban jungle vibe at home.

Rhipsalis elliptica

$59.00

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BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis elliptica

AKA_ Jungle Cactus

FEATURES_ Flattened succulent segments that are green and turn rich colours of copper to purple in sunlight. Flowers are small and appear in late winter, early spring.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ Definitely a nana plant for the 70s, retro stylists.  Perfect addition to the 70s suburban homes many of us grew up in that are now being renovated.

Mistletoe Cactus in Tapered Concrete Planter

$59.00

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BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis pilocarpa (native to Brazil)

AKA_ Mistletoe cactus, Hairy stemmed Rhipsalis

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis pilocarpa looks like a winter wonderland coming into the cold months. Its long draping, cylindrical leaves are covered in white hairs that give a snowy appearance. The stems are green but stress into deep red and purple hues giving the plant the look of Christmas. It also features fragrant, bell shaped, showy white star shaped flowers with pink eyes.

Rhipsalis teres f. heteroclada + NEW Teal Planter

$59.00

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BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis teres f. heteroclad (Brazil)

AKA_ Mistletoe Cactus, Wickerware Cactus

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis teres is an epiphytic, tropical cactus with slender, cylindrical stems up to 60cm long which are slightly erect and trailing. The flowers are small, starshaped and white. As it ages it produces white bristle hairs that add texture to the foliage which also turns to a deeper green.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ A great hanging plant, perfect for beginners due to its low requirement for maintenance.  Wonderful plant to create an urban jungle vibe at home.

Rhipsalis teres f. prismatica + Cement Planter

$59.00

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BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis teres f. prismatica (native to Central and South American, Caribbean and Florida)

AKA_ Mistletoe Cactus, Wickerware Cactus

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis teres is an epiphytic, tropical cactus with slender, cylindrical stems up to 60cm long which are slightly erect and trailing. The flowers are small, starshaped and white. As it ages it produces white bristle hairs that add texture to the foliage which also turns to a deeper green.

PLANT PERSONALITY_ A great hanging plant, perfect for beginners due to its low requirement for maintenance.  Wonderful plant to create an urban jungle vibe at home.

Rhipsalis pacheo-leeri + Ribbed Planter

$59.00

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BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis pacheo-leeri v catenula (native to Brazil)

AKA_ Mistletoe Cactus, Jungle Cactus

FEATURES_ Rhipsalis pacheo-leeri’s long, segmented, pendant stems are a feature of this plant. Dangling from a planter high on a shelf or draping stems over a tall metal stand makes for a dramatic feature plant in the home. The stems can get to 1m long.

Rhipsalis sulcata + ribbed cement planter

$59.00

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BOTANICAL NAME_ Rhipsalis sulcata (Brazil)

AKA_ Jungle Cactus,

FEATURES_ Long, slim and pendular stems.  White flowers with pinkish fruits.  Angled branch segments is a feature of this plant

PLANT TRAITS_  Bit of a crazy hair day plant with its many angled stems that are segmented and thin.