Left for dead last year, this Mammillaria plumosa has completed the final step in its resurrection by producing its first flower. Its Lazarus-like qualities are amazing. You can read about what happened with this cactus in this previous post.
The flower on this M. plumosa is close to the soil line, rather than near the top as usually found, so it was hard to get a photograph of the tiny flower. Usually, the flowers on the M. plumosa are white with a pink center, or white with a pink stripe on the petals. This flower has a pale pink stripe, plus a lot of pink in the petals. It will be interesting to see if the pinkish tinge will lessen as it reaches its peak.