SECRETS of a SEED SCATTERER: Seeds, Cuttings, Divisions, Tubers, Bulbs -- growing in the Coastal South.
Nell Jean, thank you very much for the link. Glad to know that you keep a track record of this plants 'blooming performance'. How I wish I have such a productive plant in my garden. After seeing yours, it heightens my desire to have this plant, so now I'll be on the lookout whenever I visit nurseries.In Cantonese, we call it 'keng fah'. In my family, this is regarded as a fengshui flower. Whenever it blooms, it is believed to bring good luck and fortune (windfalls) to the owner, especially if you could watch it bloom. I only found out that 'keng fah' is called Epiphyllum oxypetalum this month! For most of my adult life I have been searching fruitlessly for a night blooming cereus flower with no name. People keep telling me it is dragon fruit flower but I know it is not.
I look forward to comments and questions and lively discussion of gardening and related ideas.