SUSTAINABLE | MINIMAL WASTE | NATURAL
The Coral Cactus (Rhipsalis Cereuscula) has a shrubby habit that appears somewhat like coral, hence the common name. One of the most striking features of this plant is the way in which it sends out long extension shoots that remain a single stem and only begin to branch 10-30cm above the base of the plant.
Delivered to your door in cleverly designed recyclable cardboard packaging.
**NOTE: Currently only able to ship to Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide, Australia.
A very sculptural, epiphytic cactus that is widespread across the tropics of South America.
It produces white to creamy-pink flowers that open during the day and can last for nearly a week! They bloom from winter to spring.
About The Brand
There’s something blissful about filling your home with plants and greenery. Not only are house plants a bright spot of colour in the home, but they also improve mental health, giving us the opportunity to take a step back and smell the roses.
Greenhouse Co is dedicated to bringing the wilderness indoors with luscious plants in gorgeous ceramic pots. For Josh, the creator of Greenhouse Co and a horticulturist himself, having plants in your home is a great way to maintain a connection to nature, especially if you live in an apartment in the city.
Once you’ve chosen your perfect plant companion, it will be lovingly popped in a reusable plastic pot (so that it can be easily lifted out for watering and rehomed when it grows), wrapped in a calico bag, and tied into cleverly designed recyclable cardboard packaging that will help it stay upright on its journey.
Shipping + Returns
**NOTE: CURRENTLY ONLY SHIPS TO SYDNEY, CENTRAL COAST, NEWCASTLE, BRISBANE, MELBOURNE AND ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
Ships from: Australia.
Ships to: Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide, Australia.
Australian Shipping: Nash + Banks charges a Flat Rate of $10 per Order Australia-wide. Free Australian Shipping is available for orders over $150.
Standard Delivery Time Frames: 2-4 working days.
We are pretty confident that you'll love this product but if you are not satisfied with your purchase, we are happy to process a refund for the items as long as we are notified within 14 days of you receiving the goods subject to the conditions set out in our Returns Policy - please read here.
Please do not repot your plant until you are certain you want to keep it. Greenhouse Co cannot accept returns for plants removed from the plastic pot it arrived in. Thankfully, almost all their plants are immediately loved by their owners and they have had zero returns to date.
SUSTAINABLE & MINIMAL WASTE
Sustainability and minimising waste are important to Greenhouse Co - which is why they have designed fully recycle-able, plastic-free packaging. Each plant is delivered in a reusable plastic pot (so that it can be easily lifted out for watering and rehomed when it grows) and recyclable packaging, including coir fibre (an already-recycled product that is 100% compostable) and calico bags.
Through the growing season, these plants like heaps of water, more than your average cacti. Water when the top 2-3cm of soil in the pot dries out during the Spring and Summer months. Water much less during Autumn and Winter. Never allow these guys to stand in water as they will rot.
They love bright indirect light but, like all Jungle Cacti, they can tolerate shade. These guys are a bit cold sensitive so if your nightime temps are likely to drop below 5 degrees C in winter bring them inside (if they’re not already).
For greatest flower set try and keep the temperature as stable as possible. Once you see flowers developing leave them the hell alone or they will drop those buds. This won't hurt the plant but you will be sad because you won't get any flowers fool!
These little guys currently have a few stems that are 20 to 60cm long. As they mature they the weight of the branching stem segments will cause the stems to arch giving them a more pendulous habit. They look seriously amazing in a raised pot or on a stack of books on top of a low shelf, bench or cabinet.