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My Southern California (zone 10a) garden has all kinds of plants mixed together; roses, ferns, succulents, vegetables,....

Rhipsalis elliptica syn. Rhipsalis chloroptera

  • Season Icon Early WinterEarly Winter 2020
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lovestogarden

A little pink fruit on this #Rhipsalis elliptica. She is also bearing some foliage scars from being crushed by the huge Prickly Pear recently. #Rhipsaliselliptica #southerncalifornia 20 January 2020

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PunkyKy

Cute little fruits. 🙂 Sorry the prickly pear 🌵crushed it.🤕😭 It'll bounce back though...Scars show how tough it is and still make a comeback. 💋👍

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lovestogarden

So true. This one has taken a beating before and still does wonderful. 💗 @PunkyKy

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PunkyKy

Its beautiful a💋

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lovestogarden

#succulent #rhipsalis #flower #blooming

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kimguy

Awesome pic!

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lovestogarden

Thank you Kim. @kimguy

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ofthought

Awesome photo

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lovestogarden

#Rhipsaliselliptica

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lovestogarden

Help me identify this plant. #plantid. @alovealoe & @hazec I took a photo of the whole plant. Do you still think it looks like epiphyllium?

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hazec

It might actually be a Rhypsalis elliptica now I can see a bit more. You have a holiday cactus there too.

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lovestogarden

Yes, thank you @hazec !

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alovealoe

I agree with @hazec. A similar species is R. rhombea to consider. Tbh I'm still novice with epiphytic cactus/succulents

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lovestogarden

Thank you @alovealoe

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