Monday, November 23, 2009

Today’s Flowers-Stapelia Grandiflora

Starfish Cactus
Stapelia grandiflora is also known as Carrion Plant, Starfish Flower, Starfish Cactus. Clump-forming succulent with velvety, upright stems.
This cactus is awesome, I have a few of them growing inside at my north facing window, they do great, flowering often. I love the lightly furry blooms. It better need a few hours of sunlight, and be sure to let them dry out real good before watering again. It is very easy to maintain and propagate by cuttings or sections pulled away.
Starfish Cactus
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3 comments:

Jama said...

I've seen this cactus, but never it's flower! thanks for sharing such wonderful beauty with me.

Quilt Works said...

Wonderful shot! You have a great eye!
I have never seen a flower like that!

...A field of golden sunflowers!

Denise said...

One of the most fun things about blogging is being introduced to new and beautiful things, just like this flower. I have never seen it before and I am so happy you shared it. Thank you!