They Crocheted a ‘Fishbone Cactus’

They Crocheted a ‘Fishbone Cactus’

Epiphyllum anguliger, commonly known as the fishbone cactus, is a cactus species native to India and Mexico. The species is commonly grown as an ornamental for its beautiful, fragrant flowers in the fall.

They Crocheted a 'Fishbone Cactus'

Made by by @SuzieMakes, @kookiechef85, @Ealasaid_hello and shared by Cam City WI (follow on Twitter @CamCityWI aka @MissChaelaBoo) who says, “First plant finished for the @CUBotanicGarden crochet project!”

So in honour of fishbone the cactus, how about some Fishbone the band?

Toodles!





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