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Rhipsalis Agudoensis

 is a species of epiphytic cactus that belongs to the family Cactaceae. It is native to Brazil, specifically the Agudo Mountains in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.

The plant has long, thin, and cylindrical stems that can grow up to 1 meter in length. The stems are typically light green in color and are covered in small scales or bumps. Rhipsalis agudoensis is a branching cactus, meaning that the stems can branch out and grow in different directions.

Like most cacti, Rhipsalis agudoensis prefers bright, indirect light and well-draining soil.

It is also drought-tolerant and can survive extended periods of time without water. However, it is important to avoid overwatering, as this can cause the roots to rot.

In its natural habitat, Rhipsalis agudoensis is typically found growing in the branches of trees, where it can absorb moisture and nutrients from the air and surrounding environment.

As a houseplant, it can be grown in a hanging basket or on a shelf where it can cascade down and create a trailing effect.

 

12cm pot size

Rhipsalis Agudoensis

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