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Rare corpse flower blooms at Tucson Botanical Gardens

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Visitors are flocking to the botanical gardens in Tucson, Arizona to see the corpse flower. The corpse flower can take up to 10 years to bloom and is one of the world’s largest and rarest fl...

My Astrophytum Cactus Plants from Buds to Blooms

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Hi Guys :-D In this video I show you the beautiful blooms on my two different varieties of Astrophytum Cacti, and share from buds to full blooms :-D ★ Follow me on Instagram : desertplantso...

Top 10 Spring Blooms in my Arizona Desert Garden

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In this video I give a tour of the top ten most beautiful mid-spring flowers in my central Arizona desert garden, filmed May 5th 2018. These are primarily low-water flowers that need little ...

Corpse flower blooms at Tucson Botanical Gardens

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Rosie the corpse flower has bloomed at the Tucson Botanical Gardens, bringing in crowds of people to witness the rare event. Video Rating: / 5

GROOVY YELLOW DAISY FLOWERS EURYOPS ARIZONA WINTER BLOOMS POTTED PLANTS

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HI EVERYONE, I PICKED THESE UP YESTERDAY IN ONE GALLON POTS, AND TRANSPLANTED THEM INTO MUCH BIGGER POTS. THIS WILL HELP THEM STAY MOIST LONGER, GROW MORE ROOTS, AND SURVIVE OUR BRUTAL HOT S...

My Graptopetalum Succulent Plants with Buds and Blooms

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Hi Guys :-) Here are my Graptopetalum Succulent plants with buds and blooms and I wanted to share the beauty of them with you all :-) ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon....

The Desert Blooms: A Chihuahuan Spring in Sanderson Texas

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Perfect timing led to an amazing botanical experience in the Chihuahuan Desert. Video Rating: / 5

Desert Blooms and Marathon Moths – Plants are Cool, Too! – Episode 4

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Giant hawk moths fly for miles each night in search of flower nectar -- and are thus critically important as pollinators of desert wildflowers. Dr. Chris Martine (Bucknell University) joins ...