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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Cheryl Garing of the El Paso Botanical Garden discusses the Montane garden, featuring Arizona cypress, New Mexico olive, Mexican flame bush, Texas walnut, screwbean mesquite, Arizona gray oak, escarpment live oak, Gambel’s oak, hackberry, and pruning young trees. www.xericenter.com Video Rating: / 5 One of the cultural delights of El Paso is the Bhutanese architecture of the University of Texas at El Paso. Founded as the State School of Mines and Metallurgy, its architecture stems from an enchantment with a 1914 National Geographic article on the Kingdom of Bhutan. Most of the campus buildings follow this graceful style, and the school eventually established a relationship with Bhutan in 1967. One of the symbols of that friendship is a prayer wheel that is a central feature of the Chihuahuan Desert Botanical Gardens. These native plantings create an oasis around the Centennial Museum, which focuses on the natural and cultural history of the Chihuahuan Desert region. Video Rating: / 5

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  • fischparov 1 month ago

    nice vid im wondering have you thought of growing the Moringa tree

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