Arizona is home to the jaw-dropping Grand Canyon, crazy desert wildlife, and very hot summers.
#1 Here’s Buffalo Park near Flagstaff.
It looks rather barren, don’t you think?
#2 This one is from Bartlett Lake, near Phoenix.
Apparently this yellow stuff is called Brittlebush.
#3 This shot is from Orange Pipe National Monument in Ajo.
Orange Pipe Cactus? You’ve got to be making this stuff up.
#4 This lovely field is near Globe.
These ones are called Mexican poppies.
#5 These flowers necessitated a stop along highway 177.
We aren’t really sure why, though.
#6 Here’s a shot from Sedona.
Blah, blah. Who cares about these boring white blossoms.
#7 These wildflowers are two tone!
We’re *so* impressed.
#8 We don’t have a location for these little starbursts…
But they’re pretty average anyway, right?
#9 These flowers were spotted mingling together in Catalina State Park.
Nice try, but we still aren’t buying it.
#10 Here’s an absolutely ridiculous photo of Tucson.
Obviously, we know that things like this can’t possibly grow in the desert that is Arizona.
Okay, maybe a just a few last chance, bonus pictures will sway us….
Do you have something growing in your backyard that might bring us round? Let’s see it!