yes epi strictum is related to night blooming cerus.
buzzy...give me a buzz of what ya got(pretty malva,love its color,pretty petunia too on page 2)
I've grown before.it don't like alot of water in winter prefers very dry.
epi oxypetalum opens earlier than mine& hear the smell is strange.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epiphyllum_oxypetalum
I think THIS is the true queen of the night.Selenicerushttp://davesgarden.com/pf/go/62764/http://davesgarden.com/pf/showimage/35518/
But are many in the cerus family.I believe they are all night bloomers.This is just some of the more common ones.
I just added a cutting to the pot 2 days ago.I seen one of them huge locust sitting on a stem...so I flipped him....and with the stem being new...it broke the leaf.My other leafs stuck in pots have been getting new growth now....and see some growth on 3 of my dragonfruit cuttings.
This is my hoya plant,but he has a nice leaf in with him thats had some new leaves forming and more are forming now.
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