Pseudorhipsalis ‘Blue Flame’ (Pseudorhipsalis amazonica)
You will receive a cutting similar to the one in the picture approx 7- 9".
Pseudorhipsalis ‘Blue Flame’ (Pseudorhipsalis amazonica) was formerly known as Wittia Amazonica!
With foliage resembling an Orchid Cactus (Epiphyllum), Blue Flame is a rare epiphyte from the rainforests of the Amazon jungle.
This is a spineless tropical cactus that blooms bright purple flowers. Flowers emerge along the leaf edges from late spring through early summer, and blooms for a couple of weeks. Early springtime flowers are magenta, but summer flowers have the distinctive blue tip on the magenta flower. Mature leaves are about 12" long. "Blue Flame" prefers a hot, humid environment similar to its jungle habitat. Grow in porus cactus soil in partial sun to bright, indirect light.