I am a great lover of stick like plants that stay smaller. The light airy feel in front of a sunny window makes me happy. Hatiora salicorniodes like most succulents, is an easily propagated plant. Simply snip cuttings, place in dirt, put in plastic bag (or not) in sunny east window for a couple of weeks and you have a new plant. The little yellow blooms in the winter and spring are a bonus if you have enough light. Here are photos of my oldest plant before and after it’s trim. And a new head planter I consolidated several of my starts into, plus the donkey planter that gets new starts.