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Night-blooming Cereus

Thank you to Rosemary Huestis, Harrison Yocum, and Maribeth for allowing me to photograph their plants. Some of the photos in this section were made in or near Saguaro National Park, also here, or in the Coronado National Forest. Others were made at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, the Tucson Botanical Gardens, Tohono Chul Park, the Quinlan Mountains, location of Kitt Peak National Observatory, Saguaro Cliffs, Boyce-Thompson Arboretum, and Desert Botanical Garden. Some were made in my personal garden or on my property, or on various hikes and excursions in other parts of southern Arizona.

To see my photographs of butterflies and insects with plants and flowers, go to my Insects and Arachnids page.

Torch Cactus

Coming soon: many photos of this year's crop of flowers, including the night-blooming cereus, Queen of the Night (Peniocereus greggii), and the torch cactus (Trichocereus hybrid). See photos on this page to whet your appetite!

I am in the process of putting names on the photographs. If you know the name of a plant that I have not identified, please email me! Thank you.

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All original art on this web site is copyright 1999-2005 by the artist.


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Plants

Unless otherwise noted, these are Arizona species, or are cultivated there.
Notes on uses for some of the plants are included. Common names in many languages, and botanical names for the species are also included. The native names are listed after the name of the language.

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