The Sonoran desert covers a large part of the southwest of the U.S. and northern Mexico. These cactus photos were taken on the Black Canyon trail, which is at the northern border where this desert meets the Arizona Transition Zone. The elevation of this area is around 2000-3000 feet. The cactus pictures are Engelmann Prickly… Read More SONORAN CACTUS
My Christmas cactus is blooming in February! These are Schlumbergera cacti that are also commonly called Thanksgiving cactus. These are found in the coastal mountain area in south and eastern Brazil.
Have a fun and safe season! Cheers!
A Beavertail Prickly Pear cactus can be found in the southwest part of the U.S. into northern Mexico. They grow in desert scrub, oak/pine, and pinyon/juniper areas below 6000 feet in elevation. They are low growing, usually spineless. The pink to rose colored flowers bloom in late winter and early spring. Here is one I… Read More BEAVERTAIL CACTUS