What’s in a name? Many cacti bloom at night, and many cacti referred to as Cereus are, in fact, not. So, as you can see, “Night-Blooming Cereus” is a bit of a misnomer at best. But if your neighbor excitedly tells you his night-blooming cereus is ready to bloom, try not to miss it. A somewhat rare event (once a year or so), these mysterious flowers are always beautiful, no matter the species of cactus. Visit the Gardens in June to see and learn more about these incredible desert plants or visit our botany blog for additional details.
To provide an oasis of inspiration and tranquility, while furthering the understanding and appreciation of plants, especially epiphytes.