Twisting and trailing from a hanging pot or tall shelf, this densely-leaved and trouble-free character will grace any plant collection with its intriguing form.
Found growing in bright and humid tropical forests where their dangling stems support delicate bunches of little flowers. These are pollinated by sunbirds, whose slender beaks can rich deep into the tubular blooms. Sometimes called the 'Lipstick' plant.
Easy to grow in the home, these epiphytic plants are accustomed to being a little dry at the roots. Allow the top 4-5cm of substrate to dry before watering. Get your hands dirty and check with a finger: if the soil feels cool and moist, refrain from adding more water.