Tucson's amazing Cactus Farms & Nurseries (HD)
Tucson, Arizona is a great environment for cactus farms and plant nurseries. This is a short video of my three favorites, Mesquite Valley, B & B and Bach's. . Bach's Cactus Nursery also has tons of petrified wood scattered around the ten acre complex as well as beautiful private gardens with giant aloes.
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Cactus, Cacti and Cactuses????Saguaro National Park - Tucson, Arizona
We visited both sides of Saguaro National Park on two very different days and it is beautiful in any weather. It is also quite pokey. There are cacti there, after all. The best part, it's right outside of Tucson with plenty of restaurants, shopping and places to park your RV. Woot!????
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Tucson Cactus and Succulent Society
Sonoran XI Conference at Hotel Tucson. Free Show, Plant, Pottery and Art Sale including rescued cacti (saguaros, barrels, hedgehogs), Silent Auction, Paid registration fee for Speakers and Workshops. Sales: April 16, 8am to 5:00pm & April 17, 8am to 1:30pm.
Giant Cactus near farm field in Yuma, Arizona
Giant Cactus near farm field in Yuma, Arizona
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Saguaro Cactus National Park East Tucson Arizona USA
Thousands of Saguaro Cactus Cacti Arizona
02-11-2015 Produced by Erick F Dircks
All these photographs were taken between Agua Fria National Monument and Tonto Basin National Forest. I found the different configuration of the Saguaro Cacti intriguing!
Song Rocky Mountain by Erick F Dircks
Tohono Chul Park, Tucson
Tohono Chul Park is a privately funded, not-for-profit desert preserve in the Sonoran Desert on the northern edge of Tucson. The Santa Catalina Mountains form a backdrop for the Park's natural desert habitat. Richard and Jean Wilson created the Park in 1985. This 49 acre Park has 300 species of cacti and succulents, 150 species of shrubs and trees, and 50 species of wildflowers. Thirty-eight species of birds make their permanent home at the Park while another 57 species visit the Park seasonally. In addition to the numerous trails and gardens the Park has museum shops, a tea room, greenhouse, performance gardens, an art exhibit house and education facilities on site. In 2005 it was designated as an Arizona Treasure by the governor. Slide show by John Wanserski.
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Beautiful Arizona - The Saguaro Cactus
Today we take a up close look at the majestic Saguaro Cactus.
Many good folks have asked me to film the Arizona Saguaro so for the interested, I'm happy to oblige. Enjoy the film.
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On location in Buckeye, Arizona'
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The saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) is one of the defining plants of the Sonoran Desert. These plants are large, tree-like columnar cacti that develop branches (or arms) as they age, although some never grow arms. These arms generally bend upward and can number over 25. Saguaros are covered with protective spines, white flowers in the late spring, and red fruit in summer.
Saguaros are found exclusively in the Sonoran Desert. The most important factors for growth are water and temperature. If the elevation is too high, the cold weather and frost can kill the saguaro. Although the the Sonoran Desert experiences both winter and summer rains, it is thought that the Saguaro obtains most of its moisture during the summer rainy season.
You find this cactus in southern Arizona and western Sonora, Mexico. At the northern portion of their range they are more plentiful on the warmer south facing slopes. A few stray plants can also be found in southeast California.
The saguaro is not currently listed as threatened or endangered. Arizona has strict regulations about the harvesting, collection or destruction of this species.
With the right growing conditions, it is estimated that saguaros can live to be as much as 150-200 years old.
Saguaro are very slow growing cactus. A 10 year old plant might only be 1.5 inches tall. Saguaro can grow to be between 40-60 feet tall (12-18m). When rain is plentiful and the saguaro is fully hydrated it can weigh between 3200-4800 pounds.
The saguaro is the largest cactus in the United States.
Most of the saguaros roots are only 4-6 inches deep and radiate out as far from the plant as it is tall. There is one deep root, or tap root that extends down into the ground more than 2 feet.
After the saguaro dies its woody ribs can be used to build roofs, fences, and parts of furniture. The holes that birds nested in or saguaro boots can be found among the dead saguaros. Native Americans used these as water containers long before the canteen was available.
This Sunday Morning nature piece takes you among the tall cactus of the Saguaro National Park outside Tucson Arizona.
Saguaro Cactus in Arizona by the Arizona Game and Fish Department
Sonoran Gardens Landscape & Construction Tucson, AZ
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How To Grow a Saguaro Cactus Sucessfully
How to Grow a Saguaro Cactus Successfully. We visit a AZ cactus nursery and the manager shows us her saguaro cactus. She gives us some tips on how to plant, and use fertilizer and Shake and Grow with the cactus..
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Learn the proper procedures on how to transplant a Saguaro cactus.
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This guy is standing out in the hot sun juggling in the middle of the summer in Tucson AZ. We decide to tell him about Jesus!
THE GIANT SAGUAROS OF AMERICA'S SOUTHWEST
DOCUMENTARY/NATURE FILM ABOUT THE GIANT SAGUAROS AND THE OTHER PLANTS AND ANIMALS THAT INHABIT THE LOWER SONORAN DESERT IN ARIZONA.
WALK Character Breakfast
The University of Arizona BookStores hosted a WALK Character Breakfast at the 2nd annual Tucson Festival of Books located on the campus of the University of Arizona.
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Video hike to Romero Pools, Tucson, Arizona - Catalina Park
In the first of a series of videos to share the amazing hiking trails of Arizona (especially around Tucson), here's an apx 8 minute winter hike to Romero Pools. With a trailhead in Catalina State Park, the Romero Canyon Trail takes you high into the Catalina Mountains where you find remarkable pools of water.
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