The "Rhipsalis baccifera", Hanging Cactus" or "Spaghetti Cactus" is a tropical succulent native to rainforests in warm regions.
The cactus has pencil-thin succulent stems that may reach 6 feet (2 m.) in length. The thick skin of the stems does not produce thorns, but it does have almost imperceptible bumps on the surface of the plant.
While most cacti are found in hot, sunny, arid zones, mistletoe cactus is unique in its requirements for moisture and dim light
Care Level Rating: Easy
Notes: This variety measures in at approximately 20cm in height