Echinopsis huascha (F. Weber) H.Friedrich & G.Rowley 1974 = Lobivia huascha (F. Weber) W. Lobivia grandiflora Britton & Rose 1922 (forma P 188 , Sierra de Ambato, Catamarca, Argentina, 1800 m / 5905 ft)
The saguaro cactus of the Sanoran Desert can grow to be 50 to 60 feet to 18 m) in height and live upwards of 200 years. And when their creamy white flowers begin to bloom in early May and fill the desert landscape, the sight is spectacular.
Hoodia gordonii is a leafless spiny succulent plant native to South Africa Namibia. The flowers smell like rotten meat (unfortunately) are pollinated mainly by flies. There is no published scientific evidence that hoodia supplements work as an appetite su