Time lapse

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Bloom at midnight, 6 am and 9 am — the outer petals are starting to droop a bit by 9 am.

22 thoughts on “Time lapse

  1. Patricia G. Hayes

    Guess I lost it,
    Worth the wait, it is so pleasing a blossom. Now we shall wait till next year. Perhaps I shall send to a catalog and purchase one. thanks for the lesson. You are so kind.

  2. Patricia G. Hayes

    Guess I lost it,
    Worth the wait, it is so pleasing a blossom. Now we shall wait till next year. Perhaps I shall send to a catalog and purchase one. thanks for the lesson. You are so kind.

  3. Patricia G. Hayes

    Guess I lost it,
    Worth the wait, it is so pleasing a blossom. Now we shall wait till next year. Perhaps I shall send to a catalog and purchase one. thanks for the lesson. You are so kind.

  4. Lael Koster

    wow! what a pretty flower, too bad it doesn’t last a little longer. our ice is melting, also some of our snow, we have alot so think it will be here awhile longer, at least now spring is just around the corner (one can only hope) we’re going to cedar rapids next weekend (for easter ) , denise too.

  5. Vicky F

    Thanks for the photos! Did you measure the bloom? It looks like it may be 6 inches or more across.

  6. Connie Blyler

    Thanks for sharing Mary. I ‘babysat’ a plant like this (leaves look the same/flower was different color) for a friend who was in the process of moving. She didn’t know the name of the plant but it bloomed while it hung on my backporch. I had to admit the bloom overcame the ‘unattractiveness’ of the plant it self which was sprawled out and going in every direction (BIG). The bloom(s) were spectacular! I’m tickled to now know the name of it and can tell her now. The plant is back living on her new porch now – settled in.

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