Here I am offering seeds from Pseudorhipsalis ramulosa, also known as Red Rhipsalis, Red mistletoe cactus, and Rhipsalis ramulosa. This spectacular succulent is an eye catcher that has a magnificent bloom during warm weather which normally occurs in the middle of the Spring. The flat sectioned leaves can grow up to 4 feet long. This makes for one of the best house plants that you can find anywhere. This cactus is a tender perennial and likes to live in sun to light shade. In the plant world a synonym is not a name that means the same thing. A synonym is an incorrect name that was used for a plant so that now many people use this improper name to refer to the plant. Pseudorhipsalis ramulosa has so many wrong names that it has been referred to in the past that I must list them here. The known synonyms for this plant are Cereus ramulosus, Rhipsalis ramulosa, Hariota ramulosa, Disocactus ramulosus, Rhipsalis coriacea, Hariota coriacea, Rhipsalis angustissima, Rhipsalis jamaicensis, Rhipsalis purpusii, and Rhipsalis leiophloea. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11
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