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Epiphyllum anguliger

Epiphyllum anguliger
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Species Epiphyllum anguliger Has a fragrant small to medium bloom 4" to 5" in diameter, primarily cream colored with ...(
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Full Description: Species Epiphyllum anguliger Has a fragrant small to medium bloom 4" to 5" in diameter, primarily cream colored with lemon yellow to brownish-yellow on petal edges.Blooms in spring to mid summer. Growth is deeply lobed dark green stems in tri-angulier form hence the name Angulier. Stems have a waxy shine on exterior of newer growth but become dull as they mature.

Its native habitat is Mexico, primarily in these areas/regions of Mexico-Jalisco, Nayarit, Colima, Guerrero, and Matanego. It can most commonly be found in its native habitat growing in dense oak forests sprawling in the trees branches.

Easy to grow, this species likes simular care as Epiphyllum hybrids; Part shade, rich well draining soil. New growth can be tender in winter below 50 degrees and some stem damage could occur, but mature 2nd year or older stems can handle brief periods at even lower 32 degrees with minimal or no damage.
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