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This large white flower is indeed very beautiful, but beware it is highly toxic and consuming even just a little bit of it can kill you.
This image is a close up of the inside of the very large flower of the squash plant, one of the staple crops grown by Native American in the desert southwest.
The flowers of creosote are tiny, but many of them make a nice yellow display!
This devil's claw was grown in an agriculture display, but they do grow wild.
Last updated: August 1, 2014