Selenicereus grandiflorus 'Queen of the night’
The Selenicereus grandiflorus will not initially be the most striking hanging plant. But this unique succulent plant can turn into a nocturnal beauty for a few hours a year! At night, huge, striking cream-white flowers emerge, surrounded by a whorl of yellow-green sepals. Worth a peek at night to see if your 'Queen of the Night' is in bloom.
This succulent likes sunlight and can even hang in full sun.
This hanging plant needs medium to little water. Make sure that the soil is not too wet because of root rot.
The plant is not edible.
This succulent plant comes in a hanging pot with a diameter of 14 cm.
The Queen of the night is native to Mexico, Jamaica, Cuba and Haiti.
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