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|date of photo 2004
this photo depicts a plant that was cultivated or collected in the wild
photo location Escondido Wild Animal Park
plant's place of origin
Baja California (Mexico)notes A close relative of the well-known Ocotillo from southern California's deserts. This plant is relatively common in central and southern Baja California. It has tree-like growth patterns, having a 'trunk' and branches that grow up to 2 meters high. There are usually at least a few flowers open and thus they are an important source of nectar for migrating hummingbirds.camera Nikoncontributor's ID # 2004_06_18_JD_0182 photo category: Plant - tree/shrub
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
Adam's Tree, Adams Tree, Palo Adan, Baja California Tree Ocotillo, JomjÚeziz Caac÷l (photographer)
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