Frequently Asked Questions about the Saguaro
How do you pronounce Saguaro? How tall do saguaros grow? Botanist Janice Bowers answers these questions and many others in this easy-to-read book. Brief well researched text answers the most-asked questions about these giants of the Sonoran Desert. Learn about the climate that best fosters saguaro growth. See how birds and other critters use saguaros for their homes. And find fascinating information about the plant's flowers and fruits.
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