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Night blooming Cereus

Night blooming Cereus

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Night blooming cactus flower only blooms at night, once a year!

Night blooming cactus flower only blooms at night, once a year! Smells marvelous, and people hold patio parties all that night.

Night Blooming Cereus, Queen of the Night ,Epiphyllum oxypetalum, Cereus oxypetalus- AlmostEdenPlants.com

Night Blooming Cereus, "Queen of the Night", Epiphyllum oxypetalum, Cereus oxypetalus

Real Dirt on the  night-blooming cereus

Brown's cereus plant bloomed on Saturday night. She sent word after promising I could come see it.

tarda más en florecer que lo que tarda en fallecer. Galán de noche

tarda más en florecer que lo que tarda en fallecer. Galán de noche

Dama da Noite, via Flickr.

Dama da Noite, via Flickr.

And the Angels sing by Brainsway  Night blooming cactus using Redfield plugin Fractalius on layers .image shot in Saint Petersburg Florida

And the Angels sing by Brainsway Night blooming cactus using Redfield plugin Fractalius on layers .image shot in Saint Petersburg Florida

Night Blooming Cereus | Common name referring to a large number of flowering ceroid cacti that bloom at night. The flowers are short lived & some of these species, such as Selenicereus grandiflorus, bloom only once a yr, for a single night. Other names for 1 or more cacti w/ this habit are 'Princess of the night,' 'Honolulu Queen (for Hylocereus undatus), 'Christ in the Manger,' 'Dama de Noche' & Queen of the Night (which is also used for an unrelated plant species).

Night Blooming Cereus | Common name referring to a large number of flowering ceroid cacti that bloom at night. The flowers are short lived & some of these species, such as Selenicereus grandiflorus, bloom only once a yr, for a single night. Other names for 1 or more cacti w/ this habit are 'Princess of the night,' 'Honolulu Queen (for Hylocereus undatus), 'Christ in the Manger,' 'Dama de Noche' & Queen of the Night (which is also used for an unrelated plant species).

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