“Hatiora” Genus

Hatiora Genus Image

Hatiora is named in honor of a 16th-century botanist, Thomas Hariot. It was previously called “Hariota.” This genus has five to six identified species and is native to Central and South America. Hatiora thrives in tropical and humid forests. This genus is known to be epiphytic, meaning the plants grow in trees in more humid regions. Regarding physical features, the stems are flat or leaf-like, and the flowers are yellow-orange to pink to bright red.

Hatiora Plants On Succulent City

The Dancing Bones Cactus 'Hatiora Salicornioides' (Rhipsalis Salicornioides)
The Dancing Bones Cactus ‘Hatiora Salicornioides’ (Rhipsalis Salicornioides)
Hatiora Cylindrica Image
Hatiora Cylindrica
Hatiora Epiphylloides Image
Hatiora Epiphylloides


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