Easter lily cactus
Echinopsis subdenudata is a globular, almost spineless or with very short cream spines that produces splendid night-blooming, white fragrant flowers up to 22 cm long. Stems are solitary or offsetting from near the base, globose, grey-green, depressed apically, 5-8 cm tall, 7-12 cm in diameter. The flower opens in the evening and wilts the next afternoon on hot days.
This species flourishes best in limestone along with good potting material. Requires moderate watering and should be completely drained during summers. Winters need less watering. Sunlight loving, these Cactus should be protected from the harsh sun but afternoon sunlight is good for their growth.
Usually these are outdoor plant, grass lands, landscapes.