FREE for members, $10 for non-members (per plant)
Young rooted plants of the hard-to-find Selenicerius Anthonyanus. It’s the amazing scented Orchid Cactus with Zig Zag leaves. It’s also often known as the rick rack cactus or the fish bone cactus. Note: this is not the epiphyllum version (which also confusingly has the same name). This is the cactus version.
Here’s what it should look like when it blooms (blooms can be up to 15 cm in diameter):
Photo from: Plantingman.com
These are free for members (one per member please). If you’re a non-member please make a $10 donation to VHS. Pickup is at the hackspace. Post here and I will put your name on one or pm me for pick-up arranagements)
Also - if you’re interested in plants, join us on the VHS slack channel in #green-thumb. We grow lots of amazing things and often trade plants, seeds, and clippings. Many of our members are into hydroponics, vegetable gardening, and more!
P.S. I also propagate the epiphyllum fishbone cactus (Epiphyllum Anguliger), so message me for details if you’re interested in those. Cheers!