German empress cactus

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Cactus phyllanthoidesCereus phyllanthoides, Epiphyllum phyllanthoides, Nopalxochia phyllanthoides, Phyllocactus phyllanthoides. Disocactus phyllanthoides is a freely-branching epiphytic cactus with green or reddish stems that grow up to 3. The primary stems are up to 16 inches 40 cm long and 0.

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The secondary stems are flat, lanceolate, acute with coarsely scalloped margins, toothed, up to 12 inches 30 cm long, and up to 2 inches 5 cm wide. Flowers are pink, funnel-shaped, up to 4 inches 10 cm long, and up to 3.

Ellipsoid fruits are up to 1. Many of the cultivated plants known as Epiphyllum hybrids are derived from crosses between species of Disocactus rather than Epiphyllum and other genera in the Hylocereeae.

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Disocactus should be grown in fertile but still well-draining soil. They should be watered regularly and fertilized as well. This is essential for good growth and flowering. During the growing period, the plants need frequent watering. The waterings should be rather abundant so that the soil becomes completely soaked, but let dry between watering.

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These cacti dislike extreme heat and cold, so they are best green-housed during the depth of winter and heat of summer in hot, dry climates. They also prefer shade to sun and like a little extra humidity in the air.

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Learn more at How to Grow and Care for Disocactus. Disocactus phyllanthoides is native to Mexico Puebla, Veracruz.

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German empress cactus

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Disocactus phyllanthoides (German Empress)