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Barrel cactus, brittlebush and wildflowers color the sides of Glorietta Canyon.  Heavy winter rains led to a historic springtime bloom in 2005, carpeting the entire desert in vegetation and color for months, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Encelia farinosa, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Barrel cactus, Glorietta Canyon.  Heavy winter rains led to a historic springtime bloom in 2005, carpeting the entire desert in vegetation and color for months, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Red barrel cactus, Glorietta Canyon, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Borrego Springs, California Red barrel flower bloom, cactus detail, spines and flower on top of the cactus, Glorietta Canyon, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Borrego Springs, California Cardon cactus, near La Paz, Baja California, Mexico.  Known as the elephant cactus or Mexican giant cactus, cardon is largest cactus in the world and is endemic to the deserts of the Baja California peninsula.  Some specimens of cardon have been measured over 21m (70) high.  These slow-growing plants live up to 300 years and can weigh 25 tons.  Cardon is often mistaken for the superficially similar saguaro of Arizona and Sonora, but the saguaro does not occupy Baja California, Pachycereus pringlei Barrel cactus, Glorietta Canyon.  Heavy winter rains led to a historic springtime bloom in 2005, carpeting the entire desert in vegetation and color for months, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Red barrel cactus detail, spines on top of the cactus, Glorietta Canyon, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Borrego Springs, California Cholla cactus, sunrise, dawn, Palm Canyon, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Opuntia, Borrego Springs, California Teddy-Bear cholla cactus. This species is covered with dense spines and pieces easily detach and painfully attach to the skin of distracted passers-by, Opuntia bigelovii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Cactus flowers bloom, on top of a barrel cactus, with the town of Borrego Springs in the distance, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park Red barrel cactus, Glorietta Canyon, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Borrego Springs, California Red barrel flower bloom, cactus detail, spines and flower on top of the cactus, Glorietta Canyon, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Borrego Springs, California Cactus and lava field, Punta Espinosa, Fernandina Island Barrel cactus, brittlebush and wildflowers color the sides of Glorietta Canyon.  Heavy winter rains led to a historic springtime bloom in 2005, carpeting the entire desert in vegetation and color for months, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Encelia farinosa, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Barrel cactus, brittlebush and wildflowers color the sides of Glorietta Canyon.  Heavy winter rains led to a historic springtime bloom in 2005, carpeting the entire desert in vegetation and color for months, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Encelia farinosa, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Beavertail cactus bloom.  Heavy winter rains led to a historic springtime bloom in 2005, carpeting the entire desert in vegetation and color for months, Opuntia basilaris, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Barrel cactus bloom.  Heavy winter rains led to a historic springtime bloom in 2005, carpeting the entire desert in vegetation and color for months, Ferocactus cylindraceus, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Buckhorn cholla cactus, sunset, near Borrego Valley, Opuntia acanthocarpa, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Buckhorn cholla cactus, sunset, near Borrego Valley, Opuntia acanthocarpa, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Buckhorn cholla cactus, sunset, near Borrego Valley, Opuntia acanthocarpa, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Beavertail cactus blooms in spring, Opuntia basilaris, Joshua Tree National Park, California Beavertail cactus blooms in spring, Opuntia basilaris, Joshua Tree National Park, California Beavertail cactus blooms in spring, Opuntia basilaris, Joshua Tree National Park, California Beavertail cactus blooms in spring, Opuntia basilaris, Joshua Tree National Park, California Teddy-Bear cholla blooms in spring. This species is covered with dense spines and pieces easily detach and painfully attach to the skin of distracted passers-by, Opuntia bigelovii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Teddy-Bear cholla blooms in spring. This species is covered with dense spines and pieces easily detach and painfully attach to the skin of distracted passers-by, Opuntia bigelovii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus blooms in spring, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Hedgehog cactus, Echinocereus engelmannii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Teddy-Bear cholla cactus. This species is covered with dense spines and pieces easily detach and painfully attach to the skin of distracted passers-by, Opuntia bigelovii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Teddy-Bear cholla cactus. This species is covered with dense spines and pieces easily detach and painfully attach to the skin of distracted passers-by, Opuntia bigelovii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Teddy-Bear cholla cactus. This species is covered with dense spines and pieces easily detach and painfully attach to the skin of distracted passers-by, Opuntia bigelovii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Teddy-Bear cholla cactus. This species is covered with dense spines and pieces easily detach and painfully attach to the skin of distracted passers-by, Opuntia bigelovii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Teddy-Bear cholla cactus. This species is covered with dense spines and pieces easily detach and painfully attach to the skin of distracted passers-by, Opuntia bigelovii, Joshua Tree National Park, California Cardon cactus, near La Paz, Baja California, Mexico.  Known as the elephant cactus or Mexican giant cactus, cardon is largest cactus in the world and is endemic to the deserts of the Baja California peninsula.  Some specimens of cardon have been measured over 21m (70) high.  These slow-growing plants live up to 300 years and can weigh 25 tons.  Cardon is often mistaken for the superficially similar saguaro of Arizona and Sonora, but the saguaro does not occupy Baja California, Pachycereus pringlei Cardon cactus, near La Paz, Baja California, Mexico.  Known as the elephant cactus or Mexican giant cactus, cardon is largest cactus in the world and is endemic to the deserts of the Baja California peninsula.  Some specimens of cardon have been measured over 21m (70) high.  These slow-growing plants live up to 300 years and can weigh 25 tons.  Cardon is often mistaken for the superficially similar saguaro of Arizona and Sonora, but the saguaro does not occupy Baja California, Pachycereus pringlei Brittlebush blooming in spring surrounds a cholla cactus, Palm Canyon, Encelia farinosa, Opuntia, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California Brittlebush blooming in spring surrounds a cholla cactus, Palm Canyon, Encelia farinosa, Opuntia, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs, California   more ...

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