A couple of months ago a gardening neighbor dropped by my home and asked if I would like a Night Blooming Cereus. She has had the plant for years and has never seen it bloom. I replied, "But of course I'd love to have one!!"
The following day her husband delivered the Cereus in a small plastic hanging container. As I was approaching the container I was thinking, uh oh, this is not a Cereus, but an Angel Wing Begonia. Upon further inspection not only did I see the Cereus and the Angel Wing Begonia I also saw Alstroemeria, Peruvian Lily. My question to you, How do I seperate the three without damaging the roots? They have apparently been in this container together for several years.
When the artic blast starting coming our way a few weeks ago I brought the container inside. I am not sure of the different growing conditions for these three...I know that Alstroemeri is an outside plant in our zone....
Here they are.. click to enlarge...
Today I am Thankful for the generousity of gardeners.