Schlumbergera rosea, syn. Hatiora rosea, is a species of flowering plant in the family Cactaceae, native to south Brazil. It was first described in 1912. It is one of the parents of the hybrid Schlumbergera × graeseri, grown as the Easter cactus.
Hatiora rosea is a mostly erect or somewhat arching or pendent, bushy, cactus with unique jointed stems and many rose-coloured flowers. It an epiphytie, but is commonly grown as a foliage plant. This species is similar to the Easter Cactus but has much smaller joints and flowers. Basically a mini Easter Cactus. Species grows as an epiphyte, mainly on Araucaria in cloud forest. The species is under pressure of urban development.