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Beautiful Blooms at the Garden

See what's blooming along the Garden's trails.

Rainy day photos.

Texas Olive (Cordia boissieri)

Texas Olive (Cordia boissieri)-A stunning flowering shrub or small tree with exquisite white flowers that appear throughout the year. It does best if planted in full sun and adaptable to most soil types. The landscape uses of Texas Olive are many and it is quite effective as a patio tree or a shrub to screen unsightly areas.

Carrion flower (Stapelia sp.) is blooming. It is a succulent from South Africa whose flowers give off a putrid aroma to attract flies.

Coryphantha sp. blooming. Blooms were ready in the morning and had opened by 2 p.m. the same day.

Midnight Lady (Harrisia sp.) bloomed at the Garden this morning.

Midnight Lady (Harrisia sp.) bloomed this morning at the Garden.

Midnight Lady (Harrisia sp.) night blooming flower.

Prickly pear fruis and blooming lantana

A beautiful bloom to brighten your Monday! Ferocactus emoryi v. rectispinus.

Natures pure red blooms, the Mammillaria poselgeri.

A purple Texas Ranger (Leucophyllum)

Beautiful pink Paramount hybrid (Echinopsis)

Echinopsis candicans in full bloom.

The queen of the night (Peniocereus greggii) and Echinopsis candicans blooming over the course of 2 days. The blooms open at night and only stay open for a few hours in the morning.

Guaiacum coulteri / Guayacan

Potts Barrell Cactus/Bisnaga (Ferocactus pottsii)

Arizona Fishoook Cactus (Mammillaria grahamii)

Desert rose (adenium) blooming near the Cactus and Succulent Galleries.