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Lori Ziemba
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Maybe not really permaculture, but I thought you guys might enjoy seeing a few pics of my epiphyllum cactus blooming for the first time. I've been waiting 2 years, and it is spectacular!
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John Polk
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Many cacti can be rather boring UNTIL they bloom.
Then, they become spectacular.

 
Tyler Ludens
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Beautiful! Fruits may be edible!

http://www.inthecactuspatch.com/orchid-cactus-epiphyllum/

 
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