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Cactus y otras plantas del desierto

En el Jardín Botánico del Desierto en Phoenix, Arizona


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Cactus y otras plantas del desierto

Cactus y otras plantas del desierto

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An old tree trunk serves as a planter

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vertical hanging succulents. This is so pretty. But where could I hang this??

Vertical Gardening Ideas- Grow More Food in Less Space

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Succulent Holiday Centerpiece - A wreath of desert plants will fit with any décor. And the good thing about succulents is that you hardly ever have to water them!

_Stone plants, also known as stone-mimicry plants, a unique group of South Africa deserts plants which closely resemble the pebbles among which they grow.

Lithops aucampiae [Family: Aizoaceae] -- Lithops are extremely succulent plants originating from the semi-deserts of southern Africa. Their plant body rests under ground, while on top they have transparent windows to let sunlight in for photosynthesis. A camouflage pattern on the windows lets them appear more or less like a pair of pebblestones, so hungry animals may hardly find them.

How to Make a Succulent Garden

How to Make a Succulent Garden

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This is gorgeous...and heat and drought resistant (which seems really important this summer.)

monagramed suculants what a awesome idea......nice house warming gift.....

suculant planters in between stairs as risers. very different, but cool idea in the right space. portfolio modern patio

Planting succulents

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DIGging vertical gardens

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"La araña y su tela." De la exposición Grandes insectos de David Roger, en el Jartín Botánico del Desierto, Phoenix, AZ

David Rogers' Big Bugs

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Saltapalo. De la exposición Grandes insectos de David Roger, en el Jartín Botánico del Desierto, Phoenix, AZ

David Rogers' Big Bugs

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Boojum. Es un árbol que solo se encuentra en los desiertos del Sonora y Baja California. Su tronco ancho en la base es hueco y le sirve a las abejas como nido.

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Boojum. Este arbol del desierto puede llegar a medir 15 metros de altura, su madera es esponjosa para retener el agua y sus tallos verdes ayudan a la fotosíntesis.

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Palmera del desierto

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Los cacti floreciendo

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Diciembre en el desierto

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Aloe. Conocida también como "sábila", el aloe tiene múltiples propiedades medicinales y de consumo humano.

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"Hombre viejo de los Andes". El pelo blanco son espinas modificadas que protegen de la vista las reales espinas.

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Creeping Devil. Esta interesante variedad de cactus, crece horizontalmente y se le conoce como "diablo que se arrastra" porque crece sobre otras plantas obstaculizando que les llegue la luz del sol.

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Saguaro cactus

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