A/N: So this is my first fanfic, and I kinda just run with the idea, a reincarnation story that draws some inspiration from the Chinese online stories I've been reading. The OC does not know anything about the Naruto world prior to her reincarnation, so she's like a stranger to the new land, but with perks since she retains her past experience and intellect. Anyway, the story started a bit slow, since the first chapter is more or less setting the scene, so please, give it a try!

Disclaimer: I'm never going to own the Naruto anime or manga, ever, I've accepted that fact. So everything belongs to their rightful author (AKA Kishimoto Masashi), except for my OCs. I am definitely not making money out of writing this. This is a disclaimer for the whole story since I'd rather not have to put it before every single chapter.

Also, to clear any confusion, the way I list their names are according to the Japanese way, which is the last name then the first name. (ex, Uzumaki Naruto), because I think it rolls off the tongue better.

A/N: So this is my first fanfic, and I kinda just run with the idea, a reincarnation story that draws some inspiration from the Chinese online stories I've been reading. The OC does not know anything about the Naruto world prior to her reincarnation, so she's like a stranger to the new land, but with perks since she retains her past experience and intellect. Anyway, the story started a bit slow, since the first chapter is more or less setting the scene, so please, give it a try!

Disclaimer: I'm never going to own the Naruto anime or manga, ever, I've accepted that fact. So everything belongs to their rightful author (AKA Kishimoto Masashi), except for my OCs. I am definitely not making money out of writing this. This is a disclaimer for the whole story since I'd rather not have to put it before every single chapter.

Also, to clear any confusion, the way I list their names are according to the Japanese way, which is the last name then the first name. (ex, Uzumaki Naruto), because I think it rolls off the tongue better.

Night blooming Cereus is a cactus that is native to Arizona and the Sonora Desert. There are numerous romanticized names for the plant such as Queen of the Night and Princess of the Night. The name is an umbrella term for approximately seven different genera, which have the night blooming characteristic. The most common are Epiphyllum, Hylocereus or Selenicereus ( Epiphyllum oxypetalum , Hylocereus undatus or Selenicereus grandiflorus ). No matter which genus, the plant is a Cereus night blooming cactus.

This cactus variety is generally grown as a houseplant in all but the hottest regions of the United States. The Cereus night blooming cactus is a tall climbing cactus that may approach 10 feet tall. The cactus is three ribbed and has black spines along green to yellow stems. The plant is a rather untidy jumble of limbs and requires manicuring to keep it in habit. Night blooming Cereus plants can actually be trained to a trellis in Arizona and other suitable climates.

Night blooming Cereus will not begin to flower until it is four or five years old and will begin with just a couple of flowers. The incidence of blooms will increase as the plant grows older. The flower is breathtaking at almost 7 inches across and produces a heavenly scent. The bloom will only open at night and is pollinated by a moth. The Cereus flower is a large white flower borne off the tops of the stems. It will close and wither in the morning but if it was pollinated the plant produces large juicy red fruit.. The flowers usually begin to bloom at 9 or 10 p.m. and are fully open by midnight. The first rays of the sun will see the petals droop and die.

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). 4. Create a link in the meganav and give it a class of "meganav-popup-link" and a href of "#" followed by the unique id of the popup 4.1. Example: Popup Link Text --> Spring-Planted Flower Bulbs (like Gladiolus & Dahlias) will bloom in summer.

Cacti shipped early in the spring may be dormant. As the weather warms, these cacti will expand and green-up. Remember, after an initial watering to settle the soil around the roots, no further water should be applied until the weather warms up. If plants are dormant and the spring weather is rainy, protect the plants from too much moisture by covering them with a gallon plastic milk container with the bottom cut out. Leave the top off the jug so heat build up isn’t excessive in sunny weather.

Want some real flower power? Grow night-blooming cereus. This beauty opens its flowers after dark—and they only last for the night. It’s a plant that calls for an impromptu party, the kind where neighbors and friends pop in for a peek with sleepy kids in tow.

Also known as Epiphyllum oxpetalum, this unusual plant is a type of orchid cactus that’s native to a rain forest setting, where it grows perched high among the trees. The large, white flowers (9 inches across) release a rich, floral fragrance that can perfume an entire garden. Bats are the native pollinators of night blooming cereus, visiting flowers after midnight, when they’re open the fullest.

Night blooming cereus isn’t difficult to grow. It’s a classic pass-along plant, and it’s not unusual to find one that’s been carefully handed down through generations via easy-to-root cuttings. 

A/N: So this is my first fanfic, and I kinda just run with the idea, a reincarnation story that draws some inspiration from the Chinese online stories I've been reading. The OC does not know anything about the Naruto world prior to her reincarnation, so she's like a stranger to the new land, but with perks since she retains her past experience and intellect. Anyway, the story started a bit slow, since the first chapter is more or less setting the scene, so please, give it a try!

Disclaimer: I'm never going to own the Naruto anime or manga, ever, I've accepted that fact. So everything belongs to their rightful author (AKA Kishimoto Masashi), except for my OCs. I am definitely not making money out of writing this. This is a disclaimer for the whole story since I'd rather not have to put it before every single chapter.

Also, to clear any confusion, the way I list their names are according to the Japanese way, which is the last name then the first name. (ex, Uzumaki Naruto), because I think it rolls off the tongue better.

Night blooming Cereus is a cactus that is native to Arizona and the Sonora Desert. There are numerous romanticized names for the plant such as Queen of the Night and Princess of the Night. The name is an umbrella term for approximately seven different genera, which have the night blooming characteristic. The most common are Epiphyllum, Hylocereus or Selenicereus ( Epiphyllum oxypetalum , Hylocereus undatus or Selenicereus grandiflorus ). No matter which genus, the plant is a Cereus night blooming cactus.

This cactus variety is generally grown as a houseplant in all but the hottest regions of the United States. The Cereus night blooming cactus is a tall climbing cactus that may approach 10 feet tall. The cactus is three ribbed and has black spines along green to yellow stems. The plant is a rather untidy jumble of limbs and requires manicuring to keep it in habit. Night blooming Cereus plants can actually be trained to a trellis in Arizona and other suitable climates.

Night blooming Cereus will not begin to flower until it is four or five years old and will begin with just a couple of flowers. The incidence of blooms will increase as the plant grows older. The flower is breathtaking at almost 7 inches across and produces a heavenly scent. The bloom will only open at night and is pollinated by a moth. The Cereus flower is a large white flower borne off the tops of the stems. It will close and wither in the morning but if it was pollinated the plant produces large juicy red fruit.. The flowers usually begin to bloom at 9 or 10 p.m. and are fully open by midnight. The first rays of the sun will see the petals droop and die.

A/N: So this is my first fanfic, and I kinda just run with the idea, a reincarnation story that draws some inspiration from the Chinese online stories I've been reading. The OC does not know anything about the Naruto world prior to her reincarnation, so she's like a stranger to the new land, but with perks since she retains her past experience and intellect. Anyway, the story started a bit slow, since the first chapter is more or less setting the scene, so please, give it a try!

Disclaimer: I'm never going to own the Naruto anime or manga, ever, I've accepted that fact. So everything belongs to their rightful author (AKA Kishimoto Masashi), except for my OCs. I am definitely not making money out of writing this. This is a disclaimer for the whole story since I'd rather not have to put it before every single chapter.

Also, to clear any confusion, the way I list their names are according to the Japanese way, which is the last name then the first name. (ex, Uzumaki Naruto), because I think it rolls off the tongue better.

Night blooming Cereus is a cactus that is native to Arizona and the Sonora Desert. There are numerous romanticized names for the plant such as Queen of the Night and Princess of the Night. The name is an umbrella term for approximately seven different genera, which have the night blooming characteristic. The most common are Epiphyllum, Hylocereus or Selenicereus ( Epiphyllum oxypetalum , Hylocereus undatus or Selenicereus grandiflorus ). No matter which genus, the plant is a Cereus night blooming cactus.

This cactus variety is generally grown as a houseplant in all but the hottest regions of the United States. The Cereus night blooming cactus is a tall climbing cactus that may approach 10 feet tall. The cactus is three ribbed and has black spines along green to yellow stems. The plant is a rather untidy jumble of limbs and requires manicuring to keep it in habit. Night blooming Cereus plants can actually be trained to a trellis in Arizona and other suitable climates.

Night blooming Cereus will not begin to flower until it is four or five years old and will begin with just a couple of flowers. The incidence of blooms will increase as the plant grows older. The flower is breathtaking at almost 7 inches across and produces a heavenly scent. The bloom will only open at night and is pollinated by a moth. The Cereus flower is a large white flower borne off the tops of the stems. It will close and wither in the morning but if it was pollinated the plant produces large juicy red fruit.. The flowers usually begin to bloom at 9 or 10 p.m. and are fully open by midnight. The first rays of the sun will see the petals droop and die.

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). 4. Create a link in the meganav and give it a class of "meganav-popup-link" and a href of "#" followed by the unique id of the popup 4.1. Example: Popup Link Text --> Spring-Planted Flower Bulbs (like Gladiolus & Dahlias) will bloom in summer.

Cacti shipped early in the spring may be dormant. As the weather warms, these cacti will expand and green-up. Remember, after an initial watering to settle the soil around the roots, no further water should be applied until the weather warms up. If plants are dormant and the spring weather is rainy, protect the plants from too much moisture by covering them with a gallon plastic milk container with the bottom cut out. Leave the top off the jug so heat build up isn’t excessive in sunny weather.

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