Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 14, 2017

Saguaro National Park Wildflowers 2/14/17

Feb 14, 2017 Saguaro National Park reports: Jojoba’s beautiful little yellow flowers grace us with their presence. These yellow flowers signify that this specfic jojoba is male and a female jojoba will produce the acorn shape nut. These upright leafed shrubs can be found all around the park (there is one blooming right outside the Red Hills Visitor Center)

Source: Desert Wildflowers Tucson – Southern AZ – DesertUSA

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