She didn't call it Rhipsalis, either, from the Greek word for Wickerwork.
I first saw this epiphytic cactus on Rainforest Garden blog.
I found a little pot of Rhipsalis and one of Burro Tail Sedum at a garden center in Tallahassee.
I divided the cactus into three pots and am rooting the pieces that broke off the Burro Tail.
These jungle plants are surviving in the heat and humidity of the greenhouse.
I moved the potting bench and some other fixtures of the greenhouse, including Ike's Wicker stand. Ike isn't overly impressed with the new locations but it may work out better in the winter. He'll be able to jump up on the bench where the flower arrangement sits and onto his beloved shelf on the left. He likes the potting bench, too.
About the flowers -- this didn't work out so well. The resinous scent of the purple Vitex almost did me in. By the time I took it in the house, it had to come right back out and I removed the smelly stuff that was making my nose itch and burn. I left the Oakleaf Hydrangea, Echinacea, Kniphofia and Shrimp Plant. It's still a big bouquet and overwhelms the kitchen table. I'm going back to bud vases.