"Crested Cereus Cactus"

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Crest10 Crest11 Crest12 Crest13 Crest14 Crest15 Crest16 Crest17 Crest18
Crest19 Crest20 Crest21 Crest22 Crest23 Crest24 Crest25Crest26 Crest27
1-Cereusly Mutated |2-Study in Green & Orange1 |3-Study in Green & Orange2 |4-Crested (Montrose) Cereus #1 |                                              
5-Crested (Montrose) Cereus #2 |6-Crested Whortleberry Cereus |7-CCAZMC007 |8-WDG#1 Whortleberry Cereus |9-Are you cereus? |
10-Peccary Exhibit-San Diego Zoo |11-Myrtillocactus Geometrizans Crest |12-Tulsa St. |13-Oak St. |14-Nopal Ave |15-Neville Ave |
16-Palo Verde Dr. |17-56th St. | 18-Indigo Bay Dr. | 19-DBG-Entrance | 20-Holy Mutant |

Also called night-blooming cactus, cereus cactus (Hylocerus undatus) is a type of climbing
cactus grown for its huge, pure white flowers. At maturity, the heavily scented, dinner
plate-sized blooms appear every two weeks from midsummer to fall. Each flower puts on a
show for one night only. Despite its exotic beauty, cereus cactus is a fast-growing,
low-maintenance plant. Cereus cactus is a sun-loving plant that grows outdoors in U.S.

"Crested Cereus Cactus" section count & photo count totals
Cereus Published=20Photos Published=61