I'm hoping you can help identify the attached plant. The plants in the sunroom where inherited with the purchase of the house and I've identified all the others.* It's been driving me crazy not knowing what this one is so your help is MUCH appreciated. Someone said it might be a "jersey cactus" but I haven't been able to find anything online with that name.* The sunroom is located in Central Valley, New York.
We have a few of theses plants that grow practically without any attention.* The biggest one, which rests against a beam bloomed with two big* pink mophead like flowers once in the spring.** They all drop seeds in abundance, which turn into seedlings and grow like wild.* They like the seams in the floor, growing close to rocks and the edge against the brick and window.*
As you can see, the biggest ones are getting heavy and leaning.* I took a cutting of of one of the arms, which had roots growing close to where it attached to the main stem. I'm waiting to see if it roots.* I appreciate any information you can give about identifying and caring for (propagating) this plant.