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).|