Rhipsalis is a statement piece and is best in a hanging position, when it starts to grow it can become very sculptural as the tendrils can cascade to the floor, in the wild it can reach lengths of up to 20ft.
The root ball size is 15cm approx
Rhipsalis, also known as mistletoe cactus is native to Central and Southern America. There are over 35 different species of this plant, so Rhipsalis can come in all different shapes and sizes!
Bright, indirect light. Afternoon sun can burn the tendrils so it is best to keep it a couple of feet back from the window. Semi shade as it will also tolerate low levels of light.Rotate your plant periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the stalks often so the plant can photosynthesise efficiently.
When your Koki is light and not hard give it a good soaking, as per Koki
Care instructions. Watering depends on room temperature & humidity, it is
prone to root rot so avoid overwatering.When dusting the leaves, also take the opportunity to inspect the undersides and keep an eye out for pests.
Native to tropical environments, Rhipsalis appreciate a good misting now and again.
Consider working in a misting bottle to your watering routine
Temperature averages 15 C and 27C. Moderate humidity. Mist during