The Saguaro king of the Desert

Arizona's official state cacti, the saguaro (Carnegieagigantea), can grow to 40 feet or more, and first flowers when about 6.5 feet tall (36 - 69 years old, depending upon the site). While there is no exact way to tell how old a cactus is just by looking, most saguaros produce their first branches at a height of 15-16 feet (approximately 55-100 years old, depending upon the site). They reach full height between 175 and 200 years, making them among the most venerable and beloved plants in the Sonoran Desert,

Photo by GBA.
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