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Thurber’s Wild Cotton Blossoms Art   Leave a comment

Thurber’s Wild Cotton Blossoms (Sabino Canyon Recreation Area) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Let us not look back in anger, nor forward in fear, but around in awareness.

— James Thurber

Thurber’s Cotton   Leave a comment

Thurber’s Cotton with Bee (Sabino Canyon) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

The cup-shaped flowers are 1 1/2 inches (3.8 cm) wide and have 5 broad, white petals that fade to pink as they age.
The petals are either solid white or streaked with pink at the base. The flowers are followed by round, green seed capsules that dry
to a brown color and split open to reveal the seeds and only a few, sparse cotton fibers. This plant is related to cultivated cotton,
but its cotton is too paltry for commercial use. The leaves are green and palmately lobed with 3 or 5 point-tipped lobes.
The leaves turn a bright red color in the fall (around late October). Source: fireflyforest.com

A Beautiful Cup-Shaped Desert Blossom   1 comment

Desert Cotton  (1 of 1) blogThurber’s Cotton (Gossypium thurberi) or Desert Cotton — Image on Mt. Lemmon by kenne (09/25/14)

 

Capturing The Moment — Desert Cotton In The Fall   4 comments

Desert Cotton (Thurber’s Cotton) Fall Colors

Desert Cotton (Thurber’s Cotton) Late Summer — Images by kenne

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Capturing The Moment — Thurber’s Cotton   5 comments

Thurber’s Cotton (Desert Cotton) — Image by kenne

“All human beings should try to learn before they die what they are running from, and to, and why.”
— James Thurber

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