Regal and cascading, this tree-dwelling epiphyte is a favorite among plant lovers for its huge, elegant, night blooming flowers. These blossoms often begin in late spring then produce several crops throughout the growing season. Though the plant is a prolific producer of the blossoms, they don’t last long. Watch them emerge and fully bloom by midnight, then wilt by dawn. Also called Orchid Cactus, Dutchman's pipe cactus, and queen of the night.
- Light: Bright indirect sunlight. Never full sun.
- Water: Keep soil lightly moist. Plant is not drought tolerant and does not like to experience periods of dry soil
- Additionally: Quick growing and will need replanting every few years. Never replant when flowering. Plant goes semi dormant in the winter. Reduce sunlight and watering during dormant period.