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WE ARE BACK IN THE SHOP AND CURBSIDE PICK-UP/SHIPPING WILL RESUME TUESDAY, AUG 4TH. DELIVERY RESUMES WEDNESDAY, AUG 5TH. WE DO NOT CURRENTLY SHIP PLANTS! PLANTS & ALL OTHER ITEMS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CONTACTLESS PICKUP AND LOCAL DELIVERY IN LA. Most other products are available for shipping, worldwide. WE ARE BACK IN THE SHOP AND CURBSIDE PICK-UP/SHIPPING WILL RESUME TUESDAY, AUG 4TH. DELIVERY RESUMES WEDNESDAY, AUG 5TH. WE DO NOT CURRENTLY SHIP PLANTS! PLANTS & ALL OTHER ITEMS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CONTACTLESS PICKUP AND LOCAL DELIVERY IN LA. Most other products are available for shipping, worldwide.
Epiphyllum crenatum var. ‘Chichicastenango’
Epiphyllum crenatum var. ‘Chichicastenango’
Epiphyllum crenatum var. ‘Chichicastenango’
Epiphyllum crenatum var. ‘Chichicastenango’
Epiphyllum crenatum var. ‘Chichicastenango’
Epiphyllum crenatum var. ‘Chichicastenango’
Epiphyllum crenatum var. ‘Chichicastenango’

Epiphyllum crenatum var. ‘Chichicastenango’

$57.00

IMPORTANT NOTE: At this time, we CANNOT SHIP PLANTS. Plants are only available for contactless PICK-UP or LOCAL DELIVERY within 10 miles of our Los Angeles shop. Please select 'Store Pickup' or 'Local Delivery' at checkout for orders containing plants. We are working to add shipping for plants, so stay tuned. Any order with a plant included that isn't for local delivery will be refunded for the plant portion immediately. 


Very full 8" pot

These plants are very large and beautiful, but not totally pristine- common blemish issues are included in photos. 

Care Info:

Place in pot with drainage. Use a chunky well draining soil like a cactus mix with added chunks of bark. Keep soil moderately moist. Does best with some humidity. 

Tolerates a variety of light: part sun, full shade, partial shade. Bright to indirect light indoors is a safe bet. Outdoors, avoid direct sun other than a few hours of morning sun. 

This epiphyte can make a good hanging plant, spilling over the sides as it grows. Aerial roots may appear along the stem, which epiphytes use to attach themselves to trees and other surfaces in the wild. Large blooms may appear in early spring.