Weberocereus imitans - 17cm pot
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A South American epiphyte with delightfully weird succulent foliage. Stems have a lobed fishbone pattern that is more undulating and less angular than that of the similar Selenicereus Anthonyanus. This species has a greenish-white flower that opens at night time. It is suitable for low light rooms, but will do best if it is able to see the sky from where it is.
Please also note, as is the nature of living things, there may be some slight variation from the plant pictured. All plants will be in the same health/ condition and rough size as the one pictured but may differ in leaf shape etc. They are plants after all!