Cherry Red Cactus Flowers

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Last October, Damsel and I separated the individual stalks from our Cherry Red (Trichocereus Grandiflorus) cactus and planted them in various pots with the hope that they would survive and produce more of the wonderful hot pink flowers that the original produced. Well, we are pleased and amazed that nearly every one of the pups and the mother all have flowers or flower pods this weekend.

Judging from the number of immature flower buds, we should be enjoying Cherry Red flowers for days to come, if not weeks. This cactus (even though we may have overpaid a bit for it) has been a joy in that it reliably produces the attractive flowers each spring. Click on the image to enlarge.

2 Comments

  1. glenn said,

    April 30, 2019 @ 16:36:51

    Nice!

  2. CapnBob said,

    April 30, 2019 @ 20:08:29

    Thanks, Glenn. Glad to have you drop by with all that’s going on with you.

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