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Hatiora cylindrica

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Hatiora cylindrica (syn. Hatiora salicornioides f. cylindrica) was received from the private collection of Burle Marx. This is an epiphytic cactus in the rhipsalideae tribe that is native to tropical Brazil. Its delicate green stems branch profusely and produce small yellow flowers from the tips. It is closely related to Hatiora salicornioides, and at one point was classified as a variety of the species.

Care of Hatiora cylindrica
Shade to partial sun, temp. 40 to 95 degrees, 8 in. tall trailing to several ft. allow to get fairly dry between waterings

Family: Cactaceae

***Note: This plant is shipped in a 3 inch pot. By purchasing this plant, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions of this sale. For more information, please see the “What to Expect” tab under the “About Us” menu as well as the FAQs.

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SKU: 1090 Categories: , , Product ID: 1957

Description

Hatiora cylindrica (syn. Hatiora salicornioides f. cylindrica) was received from the private collection of Burle Marx. This is an epiphytic cactus in the rhipsalideae tribe that is native to tropical Brazil. Its delicate green stems branch profusely and produce small yellow flowers from the tips. It is closely related to Hatiora salicornioides, and at one point was classified as a variety of the species.

Care of Hatiora cylindrica
Shade to partial sun, temp. 40 to 95 degrees, 8 in. tall trailing to several ft. allow to get fairly dry between waterings

Family: Cactaceae

***Note: This plant is shipped in a 3 inch pot. By purchasing this plant, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions of this sale. For more information, please see the “What to Expect” tab under the “About Us” menu as well as the FAQs.

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Weight 1 lbs

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