Rarely have you seen such impressive and unusual leaves. Actually, they are more like a fern - but they are firm and succulent-fleshy.
This tropical leafy cactus from southern Mexico has tall, flat, broadly lobed stems and huge (up to 30cm!) white flowers. In nature, this cactus grows epiphytically, ie on and on trees in the humid mountain forests of southern Mexico at altitudes of 1600 to 1800 m above sea level.
Grows 60-80 cm long
Name: Saw Blade Cactus
Botanical name: Epiphyllum anguliger chrysocardium
Delivery complete as shown in the picture with 14 cm traffic light pot
from May-September outdoors - partially shaded
Cool and bright in the winter months (approx. 12-15°C)
1x a week in summer
Significantly less in winter
Fertilization: every 4-6 weeks