Say it with me... hat-ee-OR-uh sal-eye-korn-ee-OY-deez.
I think I'll stick with Dancing Bones Cactus. It comes from Central America and is an epiphytic cactus, much like rhipsalis are, which means it can grow on other plants.
It has lots of little branches that look like bones and they move when you jiggle the plant. This is where the name, Dancing Bones Cactus comes from.
The foliage is a gorgeous dark green and in the spring, it may produce little yellow blooms.
Perfect in indirect light.
To encourage Hatiora salicornioides to flower the following spring, keep it in cooler conditions during the winter.
Allow the soil to dry out slightly between watering. Cut back on watering in the winter months.
Delivered in a 12cm pot.