Plant ID forum: What plant is this?

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Serin
Nov 30, 2017 12:44 AM CST
Hello, I would like to ask what plant is this :
Thumb of 2017-11-30/visitor/365281
(I searched the internet, found some similar but not very sure)


thank you




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purpleinopp
Nov 30, 2017 8:06 AM CST
It may be some type of Epiphyllum.
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plantladylin
Nov 30, 2017 8:27 AM CST
Hi Serin, Welcome!

My eyesight isn't the best; is that plant a very pale green color as shown in the photo or was that perhaps due to the lighting when the photo was taken? I agree with purpleinopp, those stems do resemble Epiphyllum (commonly called Orchid Cactus). Once you see blooms, a more exact ID will be possible. Epiphyllum come in all colors; we have many listed in our database with photos for comparison: https://garden.org/plants/sear...
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Serin
Nov 30, 2017 11:00 AM CST
@purpleinopp Thank you very much!

@plantladylin Yes, it's probably because of the lightning, and thank you very much. I will wait for them until they blooms!
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Carter
Nov 30, 2017 8:46 PM CST
How large is this plant? It appears far too tiny to be any sort of epiphyllum, but without knowing its size or having anything to provide some sense of scale, it's hard to tell.

I was thinking possibly some type of rhipsalis. As others have said, though, it will likely be easier to ID once it grows out some & blooms.
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ctcarol
Nov 30, 2017 9:55 PM CST
It does look to small in the photo, but I don't know of anything else that has those leaves.
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Serin
Dec 1, 2017 7:26 PM CST
@Carter @ctcarol

Thank you very much!
and yes, it's very small
the pot inside is only around 5 cm

Thumb of 2017-12-02/Serin/58770e
(a picture for comparison to the 600 ml water bottle)

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