Queen of the Night - A Message from Woody Paparazzo
Some of you know of my affair with the Queen; there is a large cactus on the grounds here called Queen of the Night. It produces glorious blossoms once a year, and each blossom opens once late in the night, and by mid-morning it has withered and is soon gone for the year. A fascinating plant.
So, I took some cuttings and rooted them. I read that it could be fifteen years before it would bloom. Oh, well...
But-- from the three nice specimens I have, one is now in bloom.
Here are some pix from about 5:00 a.m. today.
Woody Woody and Barbara Paparazzo part of the early Dzogchen Community members associated with Mr. Anderson, retired to Mexico a couple of years ago where they now live year-round.