ocotillo, one of the most striking plants in the Sonoran Desert! Watch hummingbirds pollinate and learn more about the characteristics of this common plant. Other resources: Jepson eFlora (© 2019 The Regents of the California used in compliance with Title 17 of the United States Code. source

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The video uses a 6’selfie stick to climb the cactus to the top.. Then I walked back to the RV and discussed the different landscape options for the ranch.. It would be much easier to do any “machine” work before building the hut.. The season outside is getting closer and closer I can’t wait, I’m […]

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The Sonoran Desert has a harsh climate, but there are more plant species growing there than any other North American desert. Experience the Sonoran Desert in the Howling Mouse game by Nat Geo WILD, which is available for free in the App Store➡ Subscribe: About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for […]

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“Olneya tesota is a perennial flowering tree of leguminous legumes (pea, beans, etc.), commonly known as ironwood or desert ironwood. It is the only species in the monotype Olneya. This tree is a western cable tree in the southwestern United States. Nolan Desert Complex, which includes flora such as palo verde, saguaro, ocotillo, brittlebush, creosote […]

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The Arizona desert flowers and wildlife in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona are one of the most amazing places in the world. This area is called the Sonoran desert, and it is a place full of life during the vibrant spring period from March to May. In March, the desert ground in Arizona was full of […]

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Looking for garden plants suitable for the Arizona desert​​? Bill Casenhiser of Scottsdale Water is here to visit Fairy Duster (Calliandra), an excellent low-water consumption plant that can add some bright colors to your landscape. The beauty of water saving! For more tips on saving water, go to. source

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Opuntia cactus is the symbol of the Sonoran Desert. It can grow up to 18 meters high and has a lifespan of up to 200 years. Daria Dieguts traveled to Arizona to learn more about this magnificent plant. Anna Rice recounted her report. Originally posted on -. source

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My favorite Arizona gardening desert plants-monarch butterflies and bees. A mini tour of my front yard edible landscape! Check out the desert milkweed that attracts caterpillars of monarch butterflies! Join my new online gardening school for $5 at the URL (scroll to the bottom) and visit my new gardening store at Let’s Garden Together Online. […]

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