Rhipsalis Cassutha is actually a cactus that hangs down in long messy tendrils or grows upwards in a bushy form. Dark green at the top, a bit wispy at the ends, fabulous for exciting peepholes and tabletop meadows.
Planting & Care
Sunlight: The plant likes to hang in a light spot, and can even tolerate full sun, but will also cope with less light.
Soil: Well-draining, rich and slightly acidic soil mixture
Watering: Water once the surface of the soil is dry during the growing season. Maintain lightly moist soil. Reduce watering in winter.
Temperature: 60-80°F (16-27°C). Not frost resistant.
Fertilizer: Fertilize with some low-grade fertilizer once a month
Pruning: Prune to maintain size and remove dead foliage