Pot: 12 cm.
In nature, this climbing cactacea uses its aerial roots to grow on rocks and trees, up to ten meters in height. Its green stems are covered with numerous white areoles and small thin spines. It has an initially erect shape, that tends to fall back with growth. Flowering occurs from late spring to early summer, generating large white flowers with lime green basal petals, which bloom only at night. Its fruits, widely known as "dragon fruit" are edible, highly sought after for their nourishing properties, in fact they are rich in fiber and vitamins.