The big brother of the 'Fishbone Cactus', the Epiphyllum 'Beavertail' has huge succulent flat leaves - similar to that of a beaver tail. It is an epiphyte, which means that it grows on other plants. However, it uses the other plant only for support.
It is a wild looking large plant with leaves in all directions - pot size 25cm, hanging size around 60cm
Prefers bright, indirect light. It doesn’t grow well in direct sun. This plant would normally receive light filtered through dense overhanging tree branches in the jungle.
Water regularly during summer. Water the plant thoroughly until water drains from the bottom of the pot. Allow the soil to become slightly dry before you water the plant again. Excessive watering can cause damage to the root. From spring through fall, water the plant every two weeks. Mature plants can survive even if they are watered sparingly during winter. Feed monthly, only during spring and summer months.
For collection, since it's too large for our cycle courier. Collection will be at a prearranged time either by yourself or with a suitable delivery van that you have organised.