Rhipsalis pilocarpa, which is also known as a hairy-fruited wickerware cactus. This guy is an epiphytic cactus. Yay we like epiphytic plants! They grow in the crooks of trees, making them a super easy care plant.
These guys comes from the Brazil and they like life hot and humid.
These guys are on the 'rare plants' list so looking after them is key!
No pressure there then. But seriously, they're actually pretty easy - just keep the soil moist, but not waterlogged and pop them in a shaded spot.
They're a quick growing plant and will reach lengths of up to 6ft.
It's a spineless cactus and therefore makes it a a great child friendly house plant and you don't have to worry about small hand grabbing it. Also - they're pretty must pest-free too. So if you're worried about bugs on your plants, this guy is a good option and the creepy-crawlies will stay away from it.
If you do happen to break off a section of your plant don't throw it away. Pop it on the side and wait for the end to callus. This basically means let the end dry over. Then pop it straight in some soil and in 6-ish weeks it will have rooted and will start to grow.
Water when the soil becomes dry and make sure the stems get a good mist of water too. Place in in-direct sunlight. If it is placed in too bright of a spot the stems will turn pinkish-red in the sun.
This plant is toxic to pets if eaten. Delivered in a 12cm pot.