What is the plant
Rhipsalis paradoxa is easy to identify due to its 3 angle chain like growths. This plant can grown very long and hang far out of the pots. It is a great looking epiphyte. The flowers are white, small and easy to grow. Foliage: This 3 angled like foliage Flowers: White. Rhipsalis is a genus of epiphytic cacti. They grow mostly pendent, few grow more or less upright or sprawling. They produce flowers that are small, usually about 1 cm in diameter, white or whitish in most species. Yellowish flowers occur in R. dissimilis and R. elliptica and R. hoelleri is the only Rhipsalis species with red flowers. The fruits are always berries, they are whitish or coloured pink, red or yellow
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