This Epiphyllum Oxypetalum is more commonly known as a Queen of the Night cactus.
It rarely blooms, but when it does it is at night - hence the name - Queen of the Night.
The Queen of the Night Cactus, comes from originates from southern Mexico and was first described by Adrian Haworth in the late 18th century as Epiphyllum oxypetalum.
#PlantFact: Epiphyllum comes from Latin words for 'upon' and 'leaf' that refers to its epiphytic nature. Oxypetalum is Latin for 'acute petals'.
Pop it somewhere with little to no direct sunlight, but somewhere not too shaded.
Water once the soil's top half dries out, reducing this further in the autumn and winter.
Delivered in a 14cm pot.