The Dischidia genus is an epiphytic tropical succulent-like plant with trailing stems. In their natural environment, these plants grow on natural supports such as tree trunks or branches. Their stems will produce aerial roots to absorb nutrients and water. These plants can both trail and climb, which makes them a unique house plant. They need a bright indirect light, and water whenever the top layer of soil feels dry. Although these are succulent-like, they do not like to get as dry as succulents.