Monday Walk: The Desert Botanical Garden

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The Desert Botanical Garden is a 140 acres (57 ha) botanical garden located in Phoenix, Arizona. The garden has many special desert plants and cacti flowers; and many beautiful birds are happy there.

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Some specimens may live for more than 150 years….They grow slowly from seed, and never from cuttings. Whenever it rains, saguaros soak up the rainwater. The cactus will visibly expand, holding in the water. It conserves the water and slowly consumes it.  — Wikipedia

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This is not a cool shot, but it’s my first time capturing a flying hummingbird. 🙂

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  Arizona is the hummingbird capital of U.S. Does it surprise you?

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Ingrid and her husband have traveled many places in Arizona. She shares her adventures through her fabulous Live Laugh RV blog. Take a look of her beautiful photos and the travel information. Click HERE.

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Jo is taking us  to PODZIEMIA for a walk. “1000 years of the city’s history are represented here, in a project that took 5 years to excavate.”

Thank you for visiting.

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