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Weberocereus imitans

Weberocereus imitans

Weberocereus imitans
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Species WEBEROCEREUS IMITANS A rarely found variety with a small white/green bloom,nocturnal, odd-smelling, bat-pollinated flowers. ...(
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Bloom Size: small

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Full Description: Species WEBEROCEREUS IMITANS A rarely found variety with a small white/green bloom,nocturnal, odd-smelling, bat-pollinated flowers. W. imitans (Kimn. & Hutch.) Buxb. 1956. syn.-(Werckleocereus iitans, Eccremocactus imitans, Cryptocereus imitans). Native to Costa Rica. Stems flat, lobed as in Epiphyllum anguliger, with small spines. Flowers 6-7 cm long, 3-4 cm wide or 1-1/4" to 2" in diameter, base is moderately spiny.Simular deeply lobed growth as Selenicereus anthonyanus and Epiphyllum anguliger, but thicker growth than Selenicereus Anthonyanus and has a bloom distinctly different from these 2 species.Very rare in Collections seldom seen.
NOTE; THE PLANTS OR CUTTINGS OFFERED HERE WERE GARDEN CULTIVATED AND WERE NOT REMOVED FROM THERE NATIVE HABITAT.
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