The Epiphyllum anguliger is also called the saw cactus. It owes this name to its distinct growth of the stems that grow in a zigzag. The saw cactus is a very popular leaf cactus and can't be missed in your plant collection. In the fall, the cactus can produce fragrant flowers.
It is best to hang the saw cactus in a light place or a place more in the shade, but not in full sun.
The saw cactus does not like drought and needs regular watering without getting too wet. Give it a little water about once a week and let the soil dry out slightly in between. In winter, his water requirement is somewhat lower, especially when it is a bit cooler.
The plant is not edible.
The hanging plant is supplied in a hanging pot with a diameter of 14 cm.
This leaf cactus finds its origin in Mexico.