[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Having spent most of my life in Alaska, the desert is a very different and very new place for me. Adapting to this new environment has been a learning process, for sure. Part of that learning process has involved doing things like this–photographing and identifying the local plants. Not only does this help me become familiar with what’s around me, but it lets me do further research into the various uses for some of these plants. I’m not an expert in this area, so please feel free to comment on this video with any corrections you might have to my attempt at identification. There are a couple plants that I put question marks with–I could definitely use help on those ones. Video Rating: / 5
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