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Epiphyllum are epiphytic cacti as their name suggests. Some call them orchid cactus due to their large bright blooms and growth habit. Epiphytic plants grow on other plants, not in a parasitic fashion but as hosts. They are not cold hardy and generally can be found only as houseplants or greenhouse specimens.
Read more at Gardening Know How: Epiphyllum Plant Care: Tips For Growing Epiphyllum Cactus https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/cacti-succulents/epiphyllum/epiphyllum-plant-care.htm
Dragon Fruit - Townsend Pink
Townsend Pink Dragon Fruit variety is a Hylocereus genus with an unknown species. Townsend Pink gets its name from its founder. The story goes; a nursery was getting rid of the plant when the founder took the plant and then named it after himself. This variety is self pollinating.
The fruits weighed in about 400-500g with red skin and green fins. From flower to fruit took 30 days. The flesh color is a pure pink color throughout, making it one of the few pink flesh varieties available. The first fruit we tested had a brix of 17.8 with a good flavor. The fruit had a grape-type flavor, juicy, with nice firm flesh. In summary, this variety checks off a lot of the properties collectors are looking for. If you’re looking to grow one variety or add to your collection, Townsend Pink should be on your list.