Pereskia aculeata ‘Godseffiana’.
Of the 2 cultivars Pereskia aculeata ‘Godseffiana’ is the one mostly grown.
It is known as the Yellow rose cactus.
Apart from the leaf colours they are the same as the parent P. aculeata.
Young leaves are cream, yellow, yellow with red edges and shades of pink to pale red.
Older leaves are yellow-green with some a dark green.
The lower surface can be a reddish-purple.
Usually evergreen some leaves may fall in dry seasons.
Inflorescences are typically banched clusters of flowers.
They are white to pale yellow.
The round berries mature from green to yellow and orange.