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queen of the night

night blooming cereus

Description:

beautiful night bloomer,with tall shoots and flat leaves. a member of the cactus family.each bloom flowers only once ,that night ,for a few hours and is gone by the next morning. some are fragrant,pleasent smelling,this one is not! its very foul.

Habitat:

houseplant

1 Species ID Suggestions

ceherzog
ceherzog 8 years ago
Orchid Cactus
Epiphyllum crenatum Epiphyllum crenatum


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3 Comments

thanku 7y14r!!i love her..lol..them..it multiplies BEAUTifully!

7yl4r
7yl4r 8 years ago

Absolutely love the flower in the 2nd shot. Very cool.

hi ceherzog!!
thanku for ur info..i started reading it last night till i felll asleep,lol..so i was waiting to reply u after i had finished..i think u hit the nail on the head,but when i gather all the proper info ill add it!.thanku so much..i see ur accustomed to teaching kids now,lol..u will be a gr8 help to me! :)

Middletown, Connecticut, USA

Spotted on Aug 10, 2011
Submitted on Aug 24, 2011

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