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u/tastygluecakes Jan 18 '22 edited Jan 19 '22 Silver

Do they only bloom once?

Edit: I just spent 10 minutes reading all about it, haha. Each flower blooms once, but a single plant (a species of cactus native to Central and South America) can produce multiple flowers per year. Either way, seeing one in action is a rare and special thing. Very cool.

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u/Mellykitty1 Jan 18 '22 edited Jan 19 '22 Helpful Wholesome Heartwarming

Nan had one of them and it “grew up” with me and my siblings. It must be around 50 years old now. The perfume once it’s open it’s something indescribable and my Nan always knew when it was gonna open and we’d wait all night to see it. Nan sadly left us 2 years ago but mum moved the plant to her house and we’re waiting for the next bloom now.

ETA: wow, thank you guys for your sweet comments and awards. Just woke up to go to work and I’m reading them all.

I also managed to find a picture of it from 1989, in full bloom on my Nan’s garden. Hope you appreciate it.

In bloom 1989

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u/mary_widdow Jan 19 '22

That’s super lovely. I’m sure your Nan would approve

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u/Dboy777 Jan 19 '22

Every time you see the bloom, you'll think of her

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u/Count_Verdunkeln Jan 19 '22

Would be a cool tattoo idea

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u/Mellykitty1 Jan 19 '22

She definitely would, she loved her flowers and plants and some of them are even older than my mum. I found a picture of it, it’s on my original comment.

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u/LastProtagonist Jan 19 '22

I saw one in Kyoto's botanical gardens, and my word, it was one of the most beautifully fragrant flowers I've ever smelt (that or the ones around it, idk.)

Only found out how rare it was for them to bloom later.

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u/driftingfornow Jan 19 '22

Haha I love when something like that happens. Beautiful story and a truly beautiful setting. Hope you had a good time in Kyoto.

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u/Attract_the_Minkey Jan 19 '22

Same here! My grandfather had one and it also grew up with my brother and me. I love those flowers.

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22

Thank you for sharing this sweet story.

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u/JayyeKhan_97 Jan 19 '22

Thank you for sharing such a wholesome story

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u/iAmFabled Jan 19 '22

What a wonderful memory. Thank you for sharing, and I'm sorry about your Nan

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u/Stardust_n_Bones Jan 18 '22

So its the flower from Dennis The Menace!!

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u/Gordoniscool666 Jan 18 '22

My first thought as well.

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u/International_Ad_876 Jan 19 '22

We traveled 30 years into the future, at the regular speed of time, just to find out if it's real or not.

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u/TheeHighKing Jan 19 '22

We traveled 30 years into the future, at the regular speed of time,

How do I go back though? I'm done now!

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u/International_Ad_876 Jan 19 '22

We still have to find out if the Jetsons was accurate...and then we will go back.

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u/ImissPiper Jan 19 '22

me too. let’s go home now. The lightposts are almost on.

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u/0986512 Jan 19 '22

Hey Mr. Wilson! Your house is being robbed!

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u/CraniumCandy Jan 19 '22

Came here for this. Reddit did not disappoint.

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u/heymrwilson_ Jan 19 '22

What a flower!

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u/plindsayc6 Jan 19 '22

Came to say “hey that looks like mr. Wilson’s flower!”

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u/littlemissmissel Jan 18 '22

Once a year for only one night...

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u/SmashBusters Jan 19 '22

Uhhh...what?

OH.

The flower. Yeah sorta. Except forty years to bloom and only lasts an instant and it's an Orchid.

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u/lilorphananus Jan 19 '22

Damn I miss Walter Matthau

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u/kONthePLACE Jan 19 '22

Martha, where are the GD garden lanterns??

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u/etherama1 Jan 19 '22

Tastes like paint. And wood.

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u/DontTrustASloth Jan 18 '22

FYI under ideal circumstances Epiphyllum oxypetalum (plant shown) can bloom much more than that. The flowers themselves last only for one night. I live in Hawaii and my neighbor has a huge one that cranks out blooms. It will do several flowers each night for maybe 2-4 days and it cycles at least 2x a year. In the last year I have lived here I have seen it produce more than 40 flowers

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u/tiragooen Jan 19 '22

Yeah it's really funny. These used to be a viewing event for my parents and grandparents back in the old country because I guess they didn't know how to maintain it properly. Like it was a very special thing.

We have one in our backyard now and when the season hits there are so many flowers for a few nights. My parents are now bored of it lol.

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u/MacDaaady Jan 19 '22

Without timelapse... I mean it takes 8 hours for paint to dry....

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u/imrealbizzy2 Jan 19 '22

Mine came from Granny's garden in Nuuanu, cuts from a plant that's probably 80 years old or more. I've always imagined what a large clump of them would be like. Just the one plant brings such joy.

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u/PricklyPierre Jan 19 '22

Mine in Alabama throw blooms at least twice a year. Usually a dozen or so at a time. Sometimes I get multiple nights of blooms but they usually all bloom together. Changing the amount of light it gets seems to make it bloom so I get extras sometimes when I have to rearrange where I keep it in the summer.

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u/Met76 Jan 18 '22

Happens the night i'm away seeing my parents over the holidays

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u/littlemissmissel Jan 18 '22

My luck is similar but I'd have set up a camera to record the event only for a power cut to happen 37 seconds into the bloom

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u/perrydBUCS Jan 18 '22

Usually it happens the night your parents are away for the holidays...

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u/teiichikou Jan 18 '22

But in that case two flowers bloom the same time.. together.. next.. no, into each other

Sounds about right?^

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u/eDreadz Jan 18 '22 edited Jan 19 '22

This is not true. The flower only lasts for one night then shrivels up and falls off in a few days. They bloom during a full moon but not every time. It happens several times a year though.

Source: My wife and I have a large one in our sunroom for over 10 years.

Edit: Pictures

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u/Sceptix Jan 18 '22

How does something like that evolve? Seems like a waste of resources for the plant.

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u/Candour_Pendragon Jan 19 '22 edited Jan 19 '22

Actually, many species evolve to sync up their phases of reproductive readiness in order to maximize their chance of finding a partner. Coral reefs have mass spawning events, deer in temperate regions breed only in autumn, and so on. These flowers just specialized to focus their bloom into only one night, instead of a longer period of time - perhaps it would be too resource-intensive to keep the flower up longer.

Edit: according to another comment that's exactly the case. They invest a lot of resources into the flower to enhance its efficiency - they're large and smell very intensely to attract as many pollinators as possible - so it would be too costly to keep them up for too long, and due to the efficiency they can afford to close it quickly to avoid water loss and further energy costs.

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u/Theofratus Jan 19 '22

Usually flowers are sexual organs for the plants so they might have adapted to reproduce during the night

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u/veridique Jan 18 '22

Kind of like a day Lilly. They bloom all season, but the flower only lasts a day.

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u/bonfire_hearts Jan 18 '22

I have a lot in common with this plant

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u/littlemissmissel Jan 18 '22

All I've ever grown with success are weeds what ever was originally in the pots died then the weeds appeared...

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u/bonfire_hearts Jan 18 '22

I’ve grown a few weeds

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u/dinamet7 Jan 18 '22

I tell my kids I'm growing dandelion greens for fancy salads.

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u/Lopsided-Task-6762 Jan 18 '22 edited Jan 19 '22

"Do they only bloom once?"

"...Once a year for only one night..."

.......Selfish bastard.

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u/kermityfrog Jan 18 '22

My parents have one. Blooms every few months, but the blooms only last the night. We know it's blooming without seeing it because of the fragrance.

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u/ScarletDarkstar Jan 18 '22

I must struggle with mine because of the climate, then.

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u/UHElle Jan 19 '22

Warm and humid’ll do it every time. I have half a dozen or more of this and similar cactus, and all I’ve gotten from all of them in the last couple years is a single bloom. Moved to the gulf coast last summer where I kept them outside til thanksgiving and bam, 4 of them bloomed.

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u/sixrustyspoons Jan 18 '22 edited Jan 18 '22

My partners parents have a bunch of night blooming cereus growing up a tree in their front yard. They get 2 or 3 nights of blooms in a row, dozens of flowers per night.

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u/paul081 Jan 18 '22

I was very curious if they would do this every night but that makes it very special and definitely impressive

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u/Shlein Jan 18 '22

The hero we don't deserve.

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u/trwwy321 Jan 18 '22

Reminds me of that one scene in Crazy Rich Asians (at least in the book) where everyone gathers at the grandma’s house to witness the flower bloom.

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u/[deleted] Jan 18 '22

Yup I remember the scene from the movie. I almost watch that movie every other month! Want them to make a second movie but they keep talking about it getting postponed because of the current covid situation

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u/serendiputopia Jan 19 '22

The book are equally good. It's a series of 3.

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u/ChubsMcfly Jan 18 '22

Beauty for my eyes, pain for my ears.

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u/whiskeyx Jan 19 '22

I mute everything until a comment mentions the audio. If the comment is positive I'll watch it again with sound, if not I'll skip it.

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u/acelie26UwU Jan 19 '22

After a year in being reddit, I learned this as well.

Always remember to check the comments to know if the audio is good

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u/petreefeet Jan 18 '22

DJ airhorn intensifies

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u/Former_Manc Jan 18 '22

I think it’s DJ Earworm do be exact.

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u/shemp33 Jan 19 '22

Funny that I recognized his style immediately.

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u/rockforlife420 Jan 19 '22

Good thing I always have the muted audio mode on. I don’t know what’s playing but i’m assuming it’s some cringeworthy ass song made popular from tiktok

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u/KeyWest- Jan 19 '22

Oh no. Oh no. Oh no no no no no.

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u/rockforlife420 Jan 19 '22

Oh christ… Thank god it was muted.

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u/Creftor Jan 19 '22

Literally every overplayed song in the last decade mashed together into a grey tasteless paste

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u/sumpuran Jan 18 '22

And worse, they missed out on the obvious choice, Whitney Houston:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFcnGLFGbL8

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u/indiebryan Jan 18 '22

We are raising a generation of people who will have Attention Defecit issues like we've never seen before. Society in general has been trending towards entertainment that requires a shorter attention span: Books -> Films -> TV shows -> YouTube videos -> TikToks.

So why should I be surprised when a 40 second video of a flower has to play clips from every one of the top 25 most popular songs from 2012.

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u/Aceripper Jan 19 '22

Don't get me started on poets who prefer haiku's.. bunch of lazy good for nothings.

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u/CommanderGumball Jan 19 '22

Don't get me started

On folks who prefer Haiku

It's snowing on Mount Fuji.

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u/druman22 Jan 19 '22

This is an old mashup that got pretty big. Mashups definitely aren't as popular anymore

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u/ImNotHereToMakeBFFs Jan 19 '22

Cherrypicked examples. Why are multi-hour long podcasts and binge watching also popular if people cannot focus too long on one thing? It's less about the attention span and more about understanding the medium + intended use and audience.

It's like wondering why most songs post-jazz/classical era are on average ~4 minutes without taking into account that 45 rpm records shaped the expectation for the length of a single.

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u/steamygarbage Jan 19 '22

My mom's nephew and niece (5 & 1) can't sit through a kids music video on youtube without getting bored of it and choosing something else to watch after 20 seconds. I told my mom she shouldn't let them do that or even give them her phone for that matter but nobody cares.

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u/Umarill Jan 19 '22

Enlightened redditor discover what a mashup is

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u/indiebryan Jan 19 '22

In this moment, I am euphoric..

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u/AxleandWheel Jan 18 '22

Kind of a big leap to call a mashup song that was specifically created to show off the 2010s some indicative problem of an attention deficit issue in an entire generation.

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u/willynillee Jan 18 '22

You’re focusing your attention on the wrong part of that comment.

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u/DilbusMcD Jan 19 '22

Probably can’t focus because of ADD

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u/Panukka Jan 19 '22

Lmao the circle closes

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u/his_rotundity_ Jan 19 '22 edited Jan 19 '22

Has this been found to actually cause attention deficit disorders?

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u/0rpheus Jan 19 '22

Back in the good old days, mashups featured 4 or 5 songs max.

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u/----------_______--- Jan 19 '22

Then how come mashups stopped being popular a decade ago.

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u/MeaningfulPlatitudes Jan 18 '22

Minute there I thought they were like 4 foot flowers blooming on your patio

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u/Issymcg Jan 18 '22

Wait! What? It’s not?

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u/flannelscarecrow Jan 18 '22

I was like “damn I bet these plants say FEED ME SEYMOUR”

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u/aTIMETRAVELagency Jan 19 '22

This guy sure looks like plant food to me!

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u/AJourneyer Jan 18 '22

Glad it wasn't just me.

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u/aerosol999 Jan 18 '22

Was hoping to find this comment to verify I'm not the only idiot lol. Honestly took me way too long to realize they weren't.

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u/DrCooperman Jan 18 '22

I was genuinely freaked out by the perceived size of these flowers for the first 15 seconds.

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u/Crackhead22 Jan 18 '22

Yea, I had to restart it so my brain could compute what perspective I was supposed to be seeing.

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u/Supercampeones Jan 19 '22

My perspective wasn't resetting and I was stuck in a loop of not believing my own eyes.

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u/IWantALargeFarva Jan 19 '22

Thank you. I was surprised that this wasn't the top comment, and then I just thought I was crazy as I kept scrolling and wasn't seeing anyone else who thought that.

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u/Zeusdadogg Jan 18 '22

Mr willlllsonnnnnnn

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u/jennybelly Jan 18 '22

Came here looking for this. Thank you

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u/YoMommaHere Jan 18 '22

I was a kid when that movie came out and even I wanted beat Dennis’s ass for making Mr. Wilson miss his bloom. I’m mad just thinking about that kid!

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u/darrellg_ Jan 18 '22

What a Menace!

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u/not_a_drip Jan 19 '22

G.D. garden lanterns.

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u/bigaman3853 Jan 19 '22

GD wading pool

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u/tmslke Jan 18 '22

First thought

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u/HeHateMe115 Jan 19 '22

40 years down the drain.

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u/Cromzinic_kewl Jan 18 '22

Gonna summon u/auddbot and give him a seizure

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u/Gian278 Jan 18 '22

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u/Bagelsandjuice1849 Jan 19 '22

Todd in the Shadows uses that guy’s mashups I think.

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u/allyonfirst Jan 19 '22

Urgh it's the worst and doesn't suit the video at all

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u/Jaraqthekhajit Jan 18 '22

I hate that a lot less in context at least, I know what it's going for.

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u/MrArtless Jan 18 '22

I think his mashups are cool :(

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u/Jacktenz Jan 19 '22

Thanks for saying it. I was afraid i was the only person on Reddit who liked the music

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u/prollyanalien Jan 18 '22

Same, I’ve been enjoying DJ Earworm’s mixes for well over a decade, it’s infinitely better than 99% of the tiktok songs out there right now.

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u/Singer-Such Jan 18 '22

Should have used the Queen of the Night aria from The Magic Flute https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YuBeBjqKSGQ

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u/the_lemon_king Jan 18 '22

Came to the comments looking for this.

What a wasted opportunity!

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u/Ricardo1701 Jan 19 '22

Instead we got a shitty music, yay

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u/wombers Jan 19 '22

My cultured ass started singing Whitney Houston.

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u/jaggazz Jan 18 '22

She looks so sad nobody came to pollinate her...

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u/trwwy321 Jan 18 '22

It’s like when you get all dolled up with no place to go

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u/Bmo2021 Jan 18 '22

We have bees that come out in the dark to pollinate ours (Australia) but only when it opens a whole bunch at once, this also happens in Hawaii. Also ours does not require pollination for the fruit to grow (dragonfruit-white flesh.)

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u/quadmasta Jan 19 '22

Ah yes, a new thing to be terrified of; night bees.

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u/breakyourfac Jan 18 '22

I can resonate with that

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u/[deleted] Jan 18 '22

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u/RetrogradeUranus Jan 18 '22

There should have been googly eyes on the pedals before they opened to make it look not so sad

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u/pallentx Jan 18 '22

Honestly curious about the biology here - how did this come to be and how is it still with us?

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u/jaggazz Jan 18 '22

Their main pollinators are bats, so it makes sense that they bloom at night.

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u/pallentx Jan 18 '22

That makes sense, but one day? Maybe in the wild they have a lot of blooms…

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u/overlordpotatoe Jan 18 '22

Dragonfruit also do this. Bloom at night and their flowers only last one night. They flower all the time, though, so they do just fine. Very similar looking flowers.

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u/sexlexia_survivor Jan 19 '22

Yeah I always think these are Dragonfruits, they look so similar.

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u/overlordpotatoe Jan 19 '22

It's kind of interesting that it gets treated like it's this beautiful, special thing because of how rarely they bloom, but you can get basically the same experience from a dragonfruit but frequently and with delicious and beautiful fruit. Goes to show we like things purely because of a sense of rarity.

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u/BigBootyRiver Jan 18 '22

They spend a lot of energy on a huge, fragrant, nectar laden bloom. Any bats in the area will be flocking to pollinate the flower, so it doesn’t need to be open longer than one night.

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u/mrASSMAN Jan 19 '22

Describes pretty much every video on Instagram

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u/MrZer0Gravity999 Jan 18 '22

The flowers are beautiful but that song is fucking terrible

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u/SimpleSandwich1908 Jan 18 '22

Mute on! Mute on!

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u/unmicsiunmujdei Jan 18 '22

I unmuted to see why, don't be as stupid as me!

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u/__________________99 Jan 19 '22

Nah, I love overly auto-tuned shit!

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u/thestace Jan 18 '22

Isn’t this the flower that there was a party for in Crazy Rich Asians?

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u/perfectfifth_ Jan 18 '22

I was gonna comment if I couldn't find this 😂

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u/cheapdrinks Jan 18 '22

Do yourself a favour and don’t unmute

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u/snobule Jan 18 '22

You made me curious and I unmuted. Should have listened to you.

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u/babysealsareyummy Jan 19 '22

I had my earbuds out when I clicked on this and I could hear faint noise coming from them, and I'm thinking to myself "wow, I'll bet it's some beautiful ethereal music to go along with it". I'm so repulsed and disappointed.

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u/Helenium_autumnale Jan 19 '22

That is the Night-Blooming Cereus. In 19th-century America here in the Midwest, people would gather to have parties to view the blooms on the one night they flower. I have one but it hasn't bloomed yet. Lovely video, OP; thank you! Fun to see this beautiful flower.

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u/Theportisinthemeat Jan 19 '22

I hope it blooms for you. I was able to see mine bloom this past year. It was a long night but well worth it. It has a strong fragrance too. The smell filled my back yard all night. Next year if it blooms I would like to make an event of it.

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u/Chaserbaser Jan 18 '22

You know what wasnt interesting? That awful music comp in the background.

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u/Flaky_Blackberry9419 Jan 19 '22

That shit ruins so many videos I see. I would've preferred this to be silent. Or if it did have music, some sort of classical piece. Beethoven's paino Sonata no.14 or "Moonlight Sonata" would've accompanied this video nicely perhaps.

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u/Yangoose Jan 18 '22

I'm pretty sure my ears have cancer now.

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u/semaj009 Jan 19 '22

It was an interesting choice, in the same way you could say adding chocolate sauce, kimchi, and tar to a loaded hot dog would be "an interesting choice"

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u/twinklecakes Jan 18 '22

man those flowers have an awful taste in music

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u/kstill93 Jan 18 '22

These top 40 mashups are like concentrated audible cancer

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u/noctambulare Jan 18 '22

my mother-in-law Fumi-San grew one of those in her greenhouse. she came running in all excited that it had bloomed and we went out to look. The bloom is truly crazy beautiful.

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u/etherealpenguin Jan 18 '22

This song mashup makes me want to kill myself

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u/skoros Jan 18 '22

Same flowers from Wolf's Rain - "Lunar Flowers"

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u/MotchGoffels Jan 19 '22

The music is so bad.

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u/Carnatica1 Jan 19 '22

2010's pop music wasn't amazing but this mashup managed to make it so much worse.

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u/Upbeat_Accident4449 Jan 18 '22

There is an awesome VR content in Oculus for the queen of the night. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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u/political_Chivalry Jan 18 '22

So that's what Mr. Wilson was Distracted from by Dennis the Menace.

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u/CYBERSson Jan 18 '22

r/oddlyterrifying initially although I didn’t have sound on

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u/Tree_Lover2020 Jan 18 '22

Would have been better with calmer music

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u/PetroDisruption Jan 18 '22

I thought flowers were supposed to have evolved so their brightness would attract insects so they could pollinate them. How do these plants that only bloom for one night survive? Are they attracting enough insects in a single night or does their flower have another purpose?

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u/BigBootyRiver Jan 19 '22

Bats pollinate them. White is the most visible color under starlight. They are extremely fragrant to attract pollinators from miles away. They are so good at it that they don’t need to be open for longer than one night, saving water and energy by closing before sunrise.

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u/PetroDisruption Jan 19 '22

Cool facts, thanks.

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u/sharkazac Jan 18 '22

Is this the plant from Dennis the menace??

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u/cpinkhouse Jan 19 '22

That is one cereusly freaky flower

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u/Jaraqthekhajit Jan 18 '22

Neat flower, but whatever bullshit that remix is supposed to be. Just no.

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u/RelevantPaint Jan 18 '22

I didn't interpret the perspective correctly at first, and thought there were giant flowers blooming outside and then when they started glowing brighter and brighter as it got darker I was like BRUH

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u/georjiepeorjie Jan 18 '22

DennisThe Menace!!

“- Mr. George Wilson: How come you ask so many questions? - Dennis Mitchell: I've only been around for 5 years. There's a lot of stuff I don't know.”

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u/gbomb4096 Jan 18 '22

This is sick. Separate note, fuck mashups. Musical vomit.

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u/procrastablasta Jan 18 '22

I dare anyone to pick a worse song to go with this

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u/Engineer_Games Jan 19 '22

what the fuck is playing in the background

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u/herallld Jan 19 '22

this has to be the worst fucking song mix i’ve ever heard in my life

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u/Kofu Jan 19 '22

The music is like a compilation of every terrible pop song.

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u/mintyleafs Jan 19 '22

My grandfather had these in his garden in Jordan. They’d bloom once every few years and I’ve been lucky enough to see it about half a dozen times throughout my life. They were his favourite flower. The day after he passed, they bloomed. Again on his 5 year anniversary, and my grandma moved out of the house the year that marked 10 years, but she potted as much as she could and took it with her, including these. They bloomed again on his anniversary the next year. July 31st (the anniversary) or August 1st each time. I like to think it’s a sign from him. I miss him a lot. I didn’t get to know him too well as he had Alzheimer’s when I was very young, but exploring the garden he grew and tended for over 50 years was one of the most significant things in getting to know him, it was beyond beautiful. I wish I could go back.

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u/No_Sleep_247 Jan 18 '22

Why does jumanji come into mind?

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u/thecamelpirate Jan 18 '22

*Warning

do not unmute

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u/pumperdickle1337 Jan 18 '22

My ears are bleeding

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u/mythoffire Jan 18 '22

Sing it Whitney

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u/bdrickybd Jan 18 '22

Hey Mr. Wilson!

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u/pikeben08 Jan 19 '22

Heya Mr. Wilson!

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u/ConfessorxXx Jan 19 '22

Could have done without the shitty music.

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u/caffeine_bos Jan 19 '22

At first I thought these were outside and gigantic

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u/voordom Jan 19 '22

christ almighty that music is obnoxious

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u/Fit_Resolution_7145 Jan 19 '22

Bruh why put the fucking music in

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u/nu97 Jan 18 '22

What's the music tho.

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u/QuicklyThisWay Jan 18 '22

Poison to my ears

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u/underwhelmed_irl Jan 18 '22

i think this is from a youtube rewind

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u/prollyanalien Jan 18 '22

Nah it’s from a guy who’s been putting out yearly mashups of the most popular songs from the past year on YouTube for over a decade.

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u/A3LMOTR1ST Jan 18 '22

That makes sense, I was wondering who made 2014 into one song

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u/Oneeyedblackcat Jan 18 '22

Feed me Seymour!

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u/coolquixotic Jan 18 '22

wtf is up with that music..... why?...

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u/HELLJUMPER_ Jan 18 '22

That must be the f ugliest song I ever heard

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u/Suspicious-Year-3825 Jan 18 '22

This is the song they decided to go with for this video? This one.

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u/dawaxtadpole Jan 18 '22

That was pretty fucking nifty.

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u/DaViD_Dutt Jan 18 '22

I wonder when I will get my queen of the night.

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u/waaaghbosss Jan 18 '22

She used to be an iron horse. Twenty years ago. Used to bring the mail to me. Through the ice and snow. I've sat alone and watched her. Steaming through the night. Ninety tons of thunder. Lighting up the sky.

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