Epiphyllum anguligar- An epiphytic cactus that has fantastic lobed leaves that look like some sort of prehistoric, succulent fern! Very easy to grow in hanging baskets where it makes a beautiful, cascading specimen. Grown mainly for it's amazing foliage, it does produce gorgeous yellow and white flowers.
Epiphyllum species grow in trees in the forests of Central America and South America and prefer bright, filtered light and well drained, potting mix. They will grow in pots with stakes or supports but most do best in hanging baskets. One of the very best locations for Epis is hanging from the branches of a favorite garden tree in the summer. We Use a potting mix of equal parts of small orchid bark, perlite, leaf mold and charcoal. Different growers us different mixes. If you can't find leaf mold, you can use peat or coco fiber. Water sparingly when first transplanted. As the plant matures, they will enjoy more moisture, letting the soil dry just
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