There is a desert plant in the Sonoran Desert that has the distinction of being one of the few native plants that is considered invasive. It can become a problem during the very hot, dry summers when fires are a real possibility.
Here is a picture of the native Desert Broom.
On the way to a shopping mall recently, I noticed what may potentially be a new cultivar or sport of the native desert broom. It was just off to the side of the road. Can you find it in the picture below?
If you are having difficulty, here is a closeup!
What do you think?
**This post is a tongue and cheek bit of humor related to desert gardening! (wink, wink)
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