(30cmABcD) Rhipsalis sulcata is a attractive hanging thinly squared segmented succulent plant. The pendulous narrow sections are about 2-3 millimetre width, hanging together like sticks and branching into 3, 4 or 5 squared branchlets. Making it look great cascading over the pot, whether it’s on a shelf or hanging basket! This one is pendulous and forms clusters of stems (tassels) like a Tassell Fern does . It is an epiphyte, from the rainforest of South America. Small white flowers in spring & summer. Light shade & keep well drained.
…..Priced at $12.90 each