Disocactus phyllanthoides (German Empress) is an easy-to-grow jungle cactus with green or reddish stems that grow to 3.3 feet (1 m) long or…
Disocactus is a genus of epiphytic cacti found in Central America, the Caribbean and northern South America. The species grow in tropical regions either on trees as epiphytes or on rocks as lithophytes. The name comes from the Greek "dis" meaning twice or double, which refers to the fact that both outer and inner flower segments are of the same length.
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Disocactus flagelliformis (Rat Tail Cactus) is an attractive cactus with thick hanging stems with 8 to 13 ribs. The stems grow up to 3.3…