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Profile Image Roslyn Fuller

rosegardengirl

I love my garden with the birds, lizard and fishponds. Roses Broms Orchids Heliconia veggies and now into Succulents and would like to know the names.

Epiphyllum oxypetalum

  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2022
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novicegardenlover

Great #collage showing #progress. So pretty. 🤍🤍

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rosegardengirl

@novicegardenlover Thank you.

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gjones

Stunning flowers- so big and beautiful

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rikkie

Stunning🤍🤍🤍 is this the one that blooms only for one night?

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QT

🤍👸🏻 🌌

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rosegardengirl

@rikkie Yes it is. We went down at about 6 and it wasnt open. Went down again at 9pm to see it and by morning all done.

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rikkie

@rosegardengirl glad to hear you didn't miss their show😄

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brightcolours

#queenofthenight

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brightcolours

Super! #queenofthenight #selenicereus

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rosegardengirl

@jobakes

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jobakes

Mmm yep it is totally different to mine. I’m waiting for it to flower then we’ll know for sure.

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Muzz67

Hi Roslyn .I believe your plant may be under the wrong link.This listing is for Queen of the night is a prickly cereus cactus.The encyclopedia has been recently updated with more information about it.I think your plant may be an epiphyllum (queen of the night )looking at its leaves.Unfortunately there are numerous users who have their epiphylum under this listing as the example pic seems to be incorrect which I will follow up.See what you think?

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rosegardengirl

@Muzz67 thanks so much Jacqui I’m sure it’s not a cactus.

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Muzz67

No probs.Im sending tbe same message to all users in the same situation lol.Look under Epiphyllum its there 😁

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rosegardengirl

@Muzz67. A bit hard to find but it’s done. I deleted the first picture of it. Was on separately. I wish there was a way of combining when they are the same plant.

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Muzz67

From 2 seperate entries yes i don't think possible

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Muzz67

You could screen shot the other and add it that way?

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