Queen of the Night

Posted: February 14, 2020 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Queen of the Night aka Epiphyllum oxypetalum flowered for the Full Moon
the good rain has put out the fires
Mother Nature’s balancing act

  1. deemallon says:

    (((Mo))) So glad for the rain, for your safety, for the beautiful flowers.

  2. shiborigirl says:

    So good to hear and see.

  3. What a blessed relief to have the rain, and the Queen of the NIght to crown the change. I have never seen one.

  4. Nancy says:

    (((Mo))) I’m so grateful for your rain and this wondrous flower. Beautiful! Here the “all at the same time” blooms are the yucca, the CA state flower, every spring. Be well.

  5. grace says:

    is this Queen IN side your home?

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Grace))) we grow the Queen of the Night out in the garden here in Sydney as we don’t get any frost, the lowest temperature at night in the middle of winter is 7˚ C (44˚F) will have to grow it indoors when we move to the Blue Mountains as it snows up there but only a dusting that never lasts more than a day. I haven’t lived in a cold climate since 1977 when I worked in the snow fields at Falls Creek!

  6. Nancy Krampf says:

    Namaste dear ones. x0


  7. Els says:

    and that STRONG sweet fragrance !!!

  8. Yes. So grateful for the rain.

  9. debgorr says:

    So beautiful…

  10. Martine Bos says:

    Thanks for the rain and the flowers………….

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