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Family: CACTACEAE 

 Pereskia sacharosa
 

The red form in Argentina gets lots of sun. 

  
Author:  August Heinrich Rudolf Grisebach 1879
Family:  Cactaceae
Habitat:  Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Medium
Thickness:  15 Centimetres
Height:  6 meters
Flower:  Pink
Reproduction:  Seeds/Cuttings
Pop names:  -
Synonyms:  Rhodocactus sacharosa, Backeb. 1966. Pereskia saccharosa, Pereskia moorei, Pereskia saipinensis, Rhodocactus saipinensis, Pereskia sparsiflora.
Got it from:  Seeds from Buenos Aires
Year:  2003

Pereskia sacharosa at Katze.

Pereskia diaz-romeroana has caudex.

   This member of the Cactaceae was described by August Heinrich Rudolf Grisebach in 1879. It is found in Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina. Growing in a well-drained soil, some humidity, some water and not too much sun. The bush will grow to 6 meters, the flowers are pink. It can be reproduced both by cuttings and seeds.

This might NOT be a caudiciform as Pereskia diaz-romeroana underneath. 

SubFamily: Pereskioideae        

The green form from Copenhagen Botanical Garden get less sun.

 Seeds of Pereskia sacharosa, and a small one.