Rhipsalis is a cactus wannabee. It is a perfect lovechild of both worlds: it doesn't have needles, so it can be around children and pets, however, it requires more watering than your average cactus. It has a nickname of mistletoe cactus (yes, it is the one you kiss under at Christmas) as they gradually trail over the edge of the pot and hang down as they grow. Regardless of the unwelcoming middle name "Horrida" it is a cutie pie you want to adopt and take care of.
So far we have plants that are 25cm high and 12 cm in diameter.
regular potting soil mixed with sand or other gritty material
keep the soil moist, but not waterlogged during its growing season, which occurs from the early spring to late summer. Let the topsoil to dry out between waterings. partial shade or bright, indirect light