Zygocactus, sometimes known as ‘zygos,' are succulent plant hybrids. They thrive in hanging baskets because of their tree-dwelling roots. Zygocactus, with their lovely flattened-bell blooms, are winter garden joys. It blooms in pink, red, purple, and orange hues, with some yellow tones under warm, high-light conditions. Except for the serrated edges, the short, flat green stem segments are smooth.
Winter is the best time to see zygocactus because their flowering is triggered by the longer nights (or shorter days). By exposing the plants to additional light during the night, you can drastically restrict their blossoming (even household lighting).
These are 2-year-old plants and 10cm in height at the delivery.