Because of the many leaf orchid cactus cultivars of different flowers, wild species are rarely cultivated. Epiphyllum oxypetalum is one of the exceptions which can be found offently in public culture. I have bought my specimen in 2007, as rooted cutting. In order to an optimal nutrient supply, I usually replant my orchid cacti into fresh soul every springtime. In the third year, my plant started to develop cylindrical long shoots, showing the increased strength of the plant. For 2011, it developed the typical branching system consist of several cylindrical long and flattened short stems. I observed the first flower buds in the September of 2012. In spite of the shortening days and cold night, the development of the buds proved to be rather fast and the flowers opened in the first week of October. In 2014, the formation of flower buds began rather early, in July. Many flower buds started to develop on the edges of the flattened short stems, one-by-one. In spite of a lot of them fell down, finally two of them opened on the 10th of August, for the first, secondly on the 29th of August, which have been followed flowerings again, and again and again.