Every morning I wake up make a cup of coffee and mess about on my computer until I have to feed my dogs. Then I take my coffee to go investigate what all the plants are doing. Here were this mornings happeings.
Probably Rhipsalis rhombea, the classification of this species was a mess, however I think it was last year that it was described and classified correctly as an actual species.
Rhipsalis pacheco-leonis subspecies catenulata
Rhipsalis floccosa subspecies probably tucumanensis
Probably Rhipsalis sulcata
Pfieffera boliviana – I’m always surprised when new growth emerges from such crusty ugly branches.
Hatiora salicornioides form cylindrica (bambusoides)
Rhipsalis grandiflora (hadrosoma)
Rhipsalis clavata form delicatula
Rhipsalis grandiflora bud
Rhipsalis teres form heteroclada
Hatiora salicornioides form cylindrica
Rhipsalis paradoxa subspecies septentrionalis
Rhipsalis teres form prismatica
Rhipsalis teres form unknown but probably the standard form
Rhipsalis ?? I purchased this as Rhipsalis goebeliana however that seems a suspect ID for this plant, I need to do more research to ID it correctly.
Rhipsalis ?? – I have no idea what the mystery nubbin is either, it could be a new clade but this plant hasn’t produced any clades out of the side areoles so maybe it’s a bud. This is my second oldest Rhipsalis, it grows rather slow and hasn’t bloomed yet.
Probably Rhipsalis campos-portoana