Common Name: saguaro
Origin: The saguaro is endemic to the Sonoran Desert, spanning southeastern California, southern Arizona, and northern Mexico. It inhabits desert slopes, flats, and rocky habitats under 4000 feet in elevation.
Description: Carnegiea gigantea is a green columnar cactus with a single trunk, bearing 2-10 stout, upward curving branches covered in large pronounced spines. From early spring to summer, showy, tubular white flowers will form, followed by red fruits.
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