|Nice little garden: Hedgehog Cactis, Ocotillo and Littleleaf Sumac|
|Range Ratany growing amidst Prickly Pear Cactus|
|Strawberry Pitaya Hedgehog and Agave|
|An alert Desert Cottontail|
|Buggy Whips with buds|
|The long arm at bottom left is two feet in length|
|Red-faced Prickly Pear pad|
|First sandy respite|
|New growth on a Prickly Pear Cactus|
|The comb-like teeth will eventually become aeroles and spines|
|Sandy respite #2|
|Drying flowers of Wild Rhubarb (Canaigre)|
|Honeybee on Scorpionweed|
That last photo really shows why that plant is called scorpionweed.
It does, Dr. K.
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