On the houseplant forum, we do monthly post where people post flowers, im bringing the tradition over here! Post your flowers here!. I personally have few succs and no flowers, but i love them and love to see others :)
I love seeing flowers too! Thank you for bringing the tradition over here! I have one that will bloom in the next day or so. I'll get pics when it does. :-)
Thanks for the invitation. Hope this thread fills up with pics of beauties.
My recent flowers are a gymno horstii just bloomed
and a echinopsis flower this week
My Prickly Herd
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I don't have too many bloomers at the moment, but my Aloe rooikappie (Red Riding Hood Aloe) is still blooming!
OH - I forgot about my white Desert Rose! It's been pretty prolific this year.
This is fun, Teen! Thanks!
Huernia zebrina-pls correct me if I'm wrong ..
Cant wait till my silver coral blooms that should be a small but interesting bloom cause ive NEVER seen one flower before, I'll be back to share!
This post was edited by LauraRobichaud on Sat, Jun 7, 14 at 13:48
Just opened up today.
Not sure of its id.
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Echinopsis, with a friend.
For some reason, not much bloom in my Opuntia bed so these bees have to compete over the single flower in the bed right now.
Beautiful flowers, all.
Gymno- not sure which
Clearance rack Adenium.
mingtea,, is that a sport on the plant, because of the two different flowers, I mean, or is it just the light in the picture?
oh my!! we need like buttons here!! love them all! Please keep posting! I will have something opening up in a day or so, so I will post then!
Gymnocalycium mihanovichii friedrichii
Hi Marguerite, the adenium is grafted and that's the root stock asserting itself. When I found it I suspected as much but I wanted to let it bloom first to see what I had :)
Still considering lopping it off.
Close up of Euphorbia cylindrifolia
Beautiful flowers everyone.Guess i need to upload my pictures to P.B.
Wow, beauty in all the pics!
Mingtea, I have a sulco canigueralii as well. Bought it because of the red edging, but it decided to skip blooms this season. When did yours flower? Do you grow yours full sun?
The sulco. c's (i have two) have been flowering the past couple weeks and they are currently on their third round. Both get about half a day of sun here and are being watered twice a week at this point. Here are the remnants of today.
Recently purchased Parodia leinghausii:
Thanks Ming, I realize sunlight is the no bloom factor.
Love seeing the variety of flowers in this thread!
Beautiful!!! I thought why not share mine :)
And then Golden barrel :)
Nomen nudem those flowers are amazing!!! I love the colour!
Aloe Camperi :)
And this is a Gasteria :)
wow the cactus flowers are spectacular! Here's my much smaller but still pretty Sempervivum "Cobweb buttons" (this is the one I posted about a while back when the flower spikes started and I didn't know what they were!)
That hildewinteria looks fun!
Here is my Crown of Thorns showing off!
Here is the surprise my Hen&Chicks gave me foe my Birthday in May!
One of the hoyas. (Obovata))
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Kalanchoe bloss. cutting- keeps blooming since winter
Aloe x firebird
Can't remember the name of this guy but it has been blooming for me since November -3 times
The only blooming cactus I have are in my garden Opuntia. bed This is last June it looks the same this year. LOL
Gymnocalycium Bruchii (?)
My orange TC put out a giant bloom. My soon-to-be de grafted gymno is blooming too.
@nd time both of these bloomed this year. They are some outdoor cactus. Hardy here in Texas.
Coryphantha sulfate. This one I got at a urban rescue. They put in a water treatment center on its rock.
Cute flowers. Thimble cactus.
This was the subject of a post regarding Pedilanthus macrocarpus, known colloquially in the SW as "lady slippers". Blooming profusely now and showing its namesak(s). It's also called the "red bird" plant.
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This little guy bloomed the other day :-) Not sure what he is though....
Opuntia in bloom here.
Mammilaria gracilis aka thimble cactus
Schlumbergera truncata AKA Thanksgiven cactus
To compliment prior Euphorbia cylindrifolia close up shot.
In full bloom add on VIA GW edit
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Gymnocalycium anisitsii- had some problems opening due to spines on the top
Ammocharis isn't doing anything but the Lobiviopsis is happy!
Took almost a month to build it's stalk but my Semp finally bloomed. Very pretty but it still makes me sad, oh well.
Cleistocactus winteri first time flowering from the cutting I got 2 years ago.
Makes me very proud.
Ice plant finally started (first flower ever!)
Very hard to get these guys to flower with all the rain we are having in summer months, so I am very happy with the first flower I spotted this morning.
Some semps flowering in with sedum.
My offering, night bloomer. Beautiful flowers everyone!
Nik23 - your beautiful plant is actually Cleistocactus samaipatanus!
My first succulent flower!