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Rhipsalis horrida

Rhipsalis horrida, native to South America, is an epiphytic, or tree-dwelling cactus. Long, densely spined stems resemble "Mouse Tails". Bright, filtered light with ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Soil should contain more humus. Requires a more tropical atmosphere than desert cacti, including higher humidity and warmer winter temperatures Water thoroughly when soil is dry on surface, but should not be allowed to dry out completely. Prefers nighttime temperatures no cooler than 50 degrees Fahrenheit, especially in winter.

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