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Mistletoe Cactus

Rhipsalis quellebambensis Johns. nomen nudum


Family: Cactaceae Type: Ivy Trunk: all parts are full of water Leaves: . Each leaf is 10-15 cm long when it small it havesmall spines accordance with segment when it growth,the thorn will disappear and turned into a small circle Smooth surface. And branches split into two branches and hang up to 1 meter. Flowering: Flowering flowers with a diameter of 6-7 mm white. offspring: it is so soft,have white or pink color. Inside, there is a small round black seeds. Usability : Popular wooden pots, hangers, decorative items and garden


It originated in Mexico, in west Indies island and South America. Some species are found in Africa, Madagascar.Like hot weather, but with high humidity.


It like: Soil: sandy loam soil Sunlight: Full day or half day in the morning. Water: Medium Propagation: Cuttings

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Rayong Wittayakom School
Spotted by a stud ent at Rayong Wittayakom School

ระยอง, จังหวัดระยอง, Thailand

Spotted on Jul 19, 2017
Submitted on Jul 23, 2017

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