Rhipsalis cereuscula is also known as a coral cactus and it's easy to see why. The branches of this easy care houseplant resemble a coral reef.
Like most rhipsalis this guy grows in the crooks of trees in Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.
The key too looking after this guy is not too much sun, not too much water, but a fair amount of humidity. If your house isn't humid, lets face it, not many are, then you can create your own! Clay balls are great for this. Pop some at a ceramic pot and fill with water to the top of the balls. Then place your plant (still in it's plastic pot) on top. This will create the humidity this plant needs to thrive.
Cared for correctly this cactus will bloom with small glossy bell-shaped greenish-white flowers - often tinged with pink. So pretty.
They prefer lightly moist, but not wet soil. Make sure the soil dries out between waterings.