Pseudorhipsalis ramulosa is an epiphytic cactus and is part of the Cactaceae family. It is found in tropical forests of Central & S. Mexico, South Tropical America and Jamaica. It's modified stems are flat with a scalloped edge and can reach up to 1m long. If exposed to too much light, it will turn red.


Pot: 17cm

Foliage: Approximately 25cm in length


Secrets to success


Temperature: Ideal temperatures 15-23°C.


Light: Semi-shade.


Watering: Water thoroughly during spring and summer. Reduce watering in winter.


Air humidity: Higher humidity is preferred.


Fertilising: Feed monthly during growing season, dilute fertiliser to half the recommended dosage. 


Potting mix: A well draining mix containing perlite or pumice    and horticultural sand.


This plant is non-toxic.

Pseudorhipsalis ramulosa 'Red Coral'