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Hatiora rosea
Also known as Rhipsalidopsis rosea.
More commonly known as:
Easter cactus

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This plant is an evergreen perennial. The stems consist of flattened, almost rectangular segments, each to about 4cm long. The bright pink flowers, to 4cm long, are borne on the ends of the stems. This is a small version of H. gaertneri and is also often called the Easter cactus.
characteristics
It's shape is described as pendulous. It grows to a height of 0.15m and 0.15m in width. It has foliage that is green. It produces flowers during spring that are funnel-shaped and pink in colour.
conditions and care
This is a tender plant.


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