Rhipsalis Salicornioides is a slender, erect, arching or somewhat pendent, bushy, cactus with unique jointed stems and many small yellow-orange flowers.
These cacti thrive best in indirect light with exposure to morning and evening sun. They prefer well-drained soil.
They prefer lightly moist, but not wet soil, but ensure they have ample time to dry out to avoid water buildup in the soil that can rot the roots. Rhipsalis will let you know when it’s thirsty because its tendrils will start to pucker and lose rigidity.