Epiphyllum guatemalense 'Monstrose'...Aka Curly Sue! These are rather special and pretty funky looking things too! During the summer months, the Epiphyllum guatemalense 'Monstrose' can bloom beautiful white fragrant flowers that will only open at night time then to be followed by bright pink oval-shaped seedy fruits which are edible and self-pollinating! Plants are just awesome!
Care: Curly Sue grows really well in the shade if you place her somewhere where she will get the morning sun, she will love you forever! Too much sun will make its leaves turn yellow. Don’t be too enthusiastic with the water – she is a cactus after all...Water weekly in summer and very little in the winter. Always wait until the soil has dried out before watering again. They do prefer a little more water than regular cacti. You can also mist the leaves occasionally to provide a little humidity.
Size: Pot Diameter 12cm - Total height is approximately 25cm
Toxicity: Non-Toxic to pets and humans
Difficulty: Medium to hard, depending on your environment
Feeding: General, the majority of houseplants should be fed every 2nd watering during the growing season (Spring and Summer), for me, it's about which every 14 days. In autumn and winter, I feed less, as indoor plants will require fewer nutrients.