Mary they have big flowers (some tiny) like
Echinopsis but hanging on a leaf. These ususally grow on trees in tropial climates, Costa Rica, Central America, perhaps some in Mexico. They flower in all colors around mothers day here where I live. They are stunning. Norma
Here's the plant. It is in an odd couple arrangement with a red hibiscus. I forget how this came about. I think I stuck the original cutting this came from in the hibiscus pot "temporarily' and then forgot all about it. The next picture is a piece of this same plant that broke off back in May when I brought it outside. It has been sitting on the ground under a tree since then and sprouted several flower buds.
OH GARDENMART, how nice !!! I want one! :) my dream is to have a green house and have as many plants as a nursery has. lol That epis dose look nice. Thanks for posting that picture. now i have a idea what it looks like. I would like to get me one. Thanks again :) Mary
What is an Epi. The epi is several kinds of cacti that live in the jungles of Mexico, Panama and some countries that make up South America. They are wonderful plants with large flowers. But they are highly addicting like a potato chip you can never have just one.
If you want a cutting I have several E. Strictum(sp) rooting.They should be ready the beginning of Oct. I will send you one in exchange of postage. Or I can send you a cutting so you can start your own. Just give me a d-mail.
I can see where this site could get me in trouble with my husband. He complains that our laundry room is like a jungle when I bring everybody in for the winter. I can't help it, it's the only room with good light!