What is the saguaro cactus' habitat?

Answer The desert is the habitat of the saguaro cactus [Carnegiea gigantea]. It's native to the Sonoran desert of northern Mexico and of the southwestern United States of America. It's a desert cactus tha... Read More »

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What is the saguaro cactus bloom called?

The saguaro cactus [Carnegiea gigantea] bloom is called a bat blossom. It's quite attractive, with its creamy white color and its large size. But it takes patience to see the display. The saguaro d... Read More »

How to Buy Saguaro Cactus?

The saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) is the largest cactus in the United States. Native to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, the saguaro cactus can grow 50 feet (15.2 m) tall and live for 200 years... Read More »

How to Grow Saguaro Cactus?

The saguaro cactus is native to the state of Sonoro in Mexico and small portions of California and Arizona in the United States. The saguaro is a large, tree-sized cactus that can survive up to 150... Read More »

How can you tell the age of saguaro cactus plants?

It's impossible to come up with a precise age for a giant saguaro cactus [Carnegiea gigantea]. In fact, guesstimating ages just can't be done regarding any type of cactus. So much depends upon the ... Read More »