This is another cactus that cannot be pricked. Rhipsalis stems are very long and can reach a meter in length. During the flowering period, which, by the way, just like the Schlumberger cactus, falls on the first month of winter, yellow, pink and snow-white inflorescences appear on these long shoots. Rhipsalis bloom is a stunning and very exotic sight. The homeland of this plant is considered to be two regions at once, located in different parts of the world. The first of them is the same Brazil, from which the Schlumberger cactus comes from. And the second is Ceylon, which today is part of Sri Lanka.
In nature, Ripsalis settles on trees and hangs beautifully from them. And in cultural conditions, this plant is often used to decorate balconies.