THIS PLANT IS ON C.I.T.E.S. AND CANNOT BE EXPORTED
Called ‘mistletoe cactus’ because of its white berries, it ranges from Florida to Brazil, including the Caribbean and may occur in Africa, the only cactus to do so. The spaghetti-like strands are very long, up to six feet or more with very long stems between branches. This species was once known as cassutha in Florida where it is a rare epiphyte in the southernmost part of the Everglades. A very decorative species that gives an instant tropical look to any garden or greenhouse displaying its long, cascading strands.