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Discussion in 'Coffee Table' started by Sebstarr, May 26, 2008.
thanks for sharing
Have a great Holiday
^^ So beautiful!
Serene beauty HH. Thank you.
Wow, beautiful pictures
Made it to page 20...
flowering cacti---no idea what it is called---it was a gift---only flowers 1 time, 1 flower every year---night bloomer
thats a killer flower!! good job
couple more of the annual night blooming cacti---try to get a clear shot in the morning
Man that is something special ... Do you have any more info on that cactus ? Perhaps is trippy :hubba:
Went to wiki
"Nightblooming Cereus is the common name referring to a large number of flowering cereus cacti that bloom at night. Because of the short life of the flowers, the nightblooming cereus has a romanticized reputation and has given rise to erroneous beliefs, such as that the plants bloom only once a year, or only on nights when the moon is full. The nightblooming cereus is also referred to as Princess of the Night, Honolulu Queen (for Hylocereus undatus, commonly grown in Hawaii), Queen of the Night, or Reina de la Noche."
Nice. You got a lot of patience there. How long was the interval of the blooms?
thanks for the info bho expertz---past 4 years mine has only bloomed one flower once a year since i have had it---full moon is full of crap---think i took these this morning trying to catch the detail---
hey mauitravler---the intervals were not timed just when i thought it was a good---didn't take long for it to open---right now it's closed up and will come out again after the sun sets---
yo p.p you need to go here and do it this way
Orange, that is so very cool. Thank you for sharing with us. That is something I had never seen.
anything for you Rosebud---:heart:---weird thing it never opened up again last night---go figure ????---and another thing bout this phenomena is i believe the flower that came out last year was more of a trumpet structure as opposed to the round sunflower shape this year---might just be me imagining things again---but i don't think so---guess we will have to wait till next year to find out---
My little cute artichoke in flower.
very nice Rosebud
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