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I have two questions about this plant, first: I was given a leaf cutting of this plant about 3 years ago and was told it is a night blooming cereus. So...is it?? I know this is the wrong are to ask this question but it also has a "cold", which leads me into question number 2: on the uderside of a couple of the leaves there are blackish/brownish spots that are somewhat "indented". It also looks like something munched on the end of a leaf. Hopefully, someone can help with the pictures I've provided...

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yes, it is a night blooming cereus and yes, it looks munched!

not sure what to tell you about the munching, but it is a beautiful specimin.

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Loveday.., Yep you definitely have an epi Refer to this site when you scroll down to a little more than 1/2 way down there is an area that describes what your leave looks like , I hope this helps you.


http://www.theamateursdigest.com/epis.htm


this site will provide pictures of different epi's and their blooms on the left side in blue when you scroll down!! thumbup

http://web.missouri.edu/~riceg/epiphyllum/


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