Mistletoe Cactus (Rhipsalis)
mistletoe cactus (rhipsalis)
Rhipsalis mistletoe cactus is also called chain cactus and grows epiphytically in its tropical forest home. The cactus has pencil thin succulent stems that may reach 6 feet in length. The thick skin of the stems does not produce thorns, but it does have almost imperceptible bumps on the surface of the plant.
- indirect sunlight
|Scientific Name||Rhipsalis Baccifera|
|Habit Type||Cacti and Succulents|
|Habitat||the Tropical Forests Of the New World (south and Central America, West Indies) and the Old World (africa, Madagascar, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka).|