It’s my pleasure to share the desert spring with you.
All these photos were taken during the month of March in the area around Vulture Mine Road south of Wickenburg, Arizona, unless otherwise noted. Click on the small photos for a better view.
Of course, this photo essay doesn’t include all the plants blooming now, such as the ocotillo and creosote. There are more flowers that are simply too tiny or too pale for my camera to capture well.
The barrel cacti, teddy bear cholla cacti, the prickly pear cacti, and the saguaro cacti are not in bloom at this time in this part of the desert.
Your help identifying these flowers will be appreciated!
NOTE: This post is dedicated to all who think the desert is drab and boring.
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