“Rhipsalis” Genus

Rhipsalis Genus Image

Rhipsalis is commonly known as “Mistletoe Cactus”54. The term Rhipsalis was derived from the Ancient Greek for “wickerwork,” meaning “the plant’s morphology.” This genus is native to Central America, the Caribbean, and South America.  Rhipsalis might also be found in isolated areas in Asia and Africa. This genus can grow pendant or sprawling. Generally, plants under Rhipsalis have three shapes, terete, angular, or flattened.

Rhipsalis Plants On Succulent City

Rhipsalis Baccifera Image
The Mistletoe Cactus ‘Rhipsalis Baccifera’
Rhipsalis Paradoxa Image
The Chain Cactus ‘Rhipsalis Paradoxa’
Rhipsalis Pilocarpa Image
Rhipsalis Pilocarpa (Hairy-fruited Wickerware Cactus)
Rhipsalis Burchellii Image
Rhipsalis Burchellii
Rhipsalis Capilliformis Image
Rhipsalis Capilliformis
Rhipsalis Elliptica Image
Rhipsalis Elliptica
Rhipsalis Pachyptera Image
Rhipsalis Pachyptera
Rhipsalis Micrantha Image
Rhipsalis Micrantha (Bird’s Foot Cactus)
Rhipsalis Ewaldiana Image
Rhipsalis Ewaldiana
Rhipsalis Clavata Image
Rhipsalis Clavata
Rhipsalis Ramulosa Image
Rhipsalis Ramulosa
Rhipsalis Mesembryanthemoides Image
Rhipsalis Mesembryanthemoides (Clumpy Mistletoe Cactus)
Rhipsalis Cereoides Image
Rhipsalis Cereoides
Rhipsalis Sulcata Image
Rhipsalis Sulcata
Rhipsalis Oblonga Image
Rhipsalis Oblonga
Rhipsalis Cassutha Image
Rhipsalis Cassutha
Rhipsalis Pentaptera Image
Rhipsalis Pentaptera
Rhipsalis Agudoensis Image
Rhipsalis Agudoensis
Rhipsalis Campos-portoana Image
Rhipsalis Campos-portoana
Rhipsalis Teres Image
Rhipsalis Teres (Rhipsalis Roseana)
Rhipsalis Rhombea Image
Rhipsalis Rhombea (Copper Branch Cactus)
Rhipsalis Cruciformis Image
The Jungle Cactus ‘Rhipsalis Cruciformis’
Rhipsalis Hoelleri Image
Rhipsalis Hoelleri
Rhipsalis Neves Armondii Image
Rhipsalis Neves Armondii
Rhipsalis Goebeliana Image
Rhipsalis Goebeliana
Rhipsalis Prismatica Image
Rhipsalis Prismatica (Quill-like Wickerware Cactus)


Richard Miller

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