Rhipsalis on 3-Faced Greek Statue Planter Pot
$88.00 incl. GST
- The actual plant may differ as each pot has its own unique natural look and although look identical but never 100% similar to the image pictured here.
- Flowers/Fruits are seasonal and plants may not be with flowers/fruits at the time of order/delivery.
- Overall Height is measured from the bottom of the pot to the tallest point of the plant vertically.
- Plant Overall Height APPROXIMATELY:-
- 40cm for POT SIZE 14cm(Ø)
- Mistletoe cactus (Rhipsalis baccifera) is a tropical succulent native to rainforests in warm regions.
- This cactus is found in Florida, Mexico, and Brazil. Surprisingly, growing Rhipsalis requires shade to partial shade.
- While most cacti are found in hot, sunny, arid zones, Mistletoe cactus is unique in its requirements for moisture and dim light.
- Rhipsalis mistletoe cactus is also called chain cactus and grows epiphytically in its tropical forest home.
- Greek Statue 3 Face Planter Pot is a captivating and artistic planter pot that showcases three distinct faces inspired by Greek mythology and classical art.
- The pot is crafted with attention to detail, capturing the expressions and features of each face with precision.
- Made from durable and weather-resistant materials, the planter pot is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
- Each face represents a different Greek deity or mythological figure, adding a touch of mystique and storytelling to the design.
- The spacious interior of the planter pot provides ample room for various plants, allowing for creativity in plant selection and arrangement.
- It features drainage holes at the bottom, ensuring proper water drainage and preventing waterlogging.
- Its elegant and timeless design complements a variety of decor styles, from traditional to contemporary.
- This planter pot serves as a stunning centerpiece or focal point in gardens, patios, porches, or indoor spaces.
- It is a conversation piece and a unique gift for art lovers, history enthusiasts, or anyone who appreciates the beauty of Greek mythology.
- The planter pot is easy to maintain and clean, requiring minimal care and occasional watering based on the needs of the plants.
- It adds a touch of sophistication and cultural significance to any space, infusing it with the charm of ancient Greece.
- They prefer slightly moist, but not wet soil, but ensure they have ample time to dry out to avoid water buildup in the soil that can rot the roots.
- It does not need feeding until the soil begins to become depleted of nutrients.
- If feeding is desired, use a diluted, half-strength fertilizer formulated for cacti.
- It prefers bright, indirect light and can tolerate direct morning and evening light.
- The best place to put it is at least a few feet removed from a window, but Rhipsalis is an extremely hardy plant.
- During the pre-flowering period, reduce watering, letting the top ½ inch of soil dry out between waterings.
- Rhipsalis do not like hard water and should, ideally, be watered with rainwater.