The Story Behind…Saguaro Bouquet

September 11, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

The Story Behind...
Saguaro Bouquet

Saguaro Bouquet

The Saguaro
The giant Saguaro cactus is indigenous to Arizona, grows to a height of forty to fifty feet and lives to an age of 150 to 200 years.
 
The Flower
In 1931, the pure white blossom of the Saguaro was designated the state flower of Arizona.  Saguaro flowers bloom for less than 24 hours, opening at night and remaining open through the next day.
 
The Location
This giant Saguaro and its bouquet of flowers was found in the McDowell Mountain Range, located northeast of Phoenix, Arizona.
 
Add Saguaro Bouquet to your home decor. 
Available framed, unframed, museum back or canvas gallery wrap.
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