This month we have a gorgeous black porcelain planter from Kinto. Its rich texture and expression pairs beautifully with a dash of greenery. The trapezoidal form is a stable and interesting base from which to display a lovely trailing plant.
The dramatic mass of stems of this mistletoe cactus (Rhipsalis) will grow quickly, so be sure to place your plant on a shelf or stand to properly show it off. If you knock off one of its brittle stems, don't stress as they are easily propagated. Simply allow the end to callous over for a few days before inserting back into the potting mix. Some of the plants this month have stems that are more cylindrical and others are more angular. We have photographed both types for reference, and will send them out at random. You can check out some survival notes here.
NOTE: Plant comes in a black porcelain planter approx. 12.5cm in diametre with a saucer. Delivery costs are calculated by our third party courier company and are based on distance. You can check the suburb pricing list and more delivery information here.