> Dying night-blooming cereus (Hylocereus undatus)
Dying night-blooming cereus (Hylocereus undatus)
Minolta DiMAGE S404
1/64s f/8.0 at 12.3mm iso200 with Flash
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I saw this scene of the withering flowers.
My wife (the family orchid grower) very much enjoyed your galleries. Very Nice! She would like to know if "all" of the flowers on the night-blooming cereus bloom at the "same time" and if only for a few hours, ....then all of the flowers die?
The flower is eatable. Usually, we put some pork and sweet plums to make soup which is chiefly said for hot lungs especially when you do too much barbecue which makes you feel hot in your throat. The time for boiling should be 2-3 hours.