This epiphytic cactus is fun and easy to grow. The plant produces a loose mass of long, flat, strappy foliage that results in a lovely sculptural effect. Mature plants produce big, fragrant white flowers in summer, however, because this is a night blooming cactus, the flowers open only at night and close by morning. Native to Mexico and Central America and named after the botanist who first recorded this species, Sir William Hooker.
Looks great grown in containers and hanging baskets. Perfect for growing on a lightly shaded deck, patio, or porch during warm weather.