Thursday, July 26, 2018

Cereus comarapanus, first flower

About three years ago I purchased a cutting of Cereus comarapanus from a fellow gardener in San Diego area. Last night, the first flower showed up.  This cactus produces red fleshed fruit, and I really looking forward to the fruit.  However, the only other cactus pollen I had last night was from Lobivia silvestris flower.  Let's hope C. comarapanus is self-fetrile, or can make fruit with L. sivestris pollen.





And the same flower this morning

Lobivia silvestris


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