A pair of tropical green leaves catch the reed-shaded sunlight.
A lily pond catches the early winter sun.
A close-up shot of a very colorful variegated leaf.
April wild flowers in Tucson Arizona: Mexican Gold Poppies and Fiddleheads
Prickly pear cactus with purple wild flowers.
A close-up shot of the variegated leaf of a canna lily.
A white and yellow rose up close.
Prickly pear cacti flowers in different stages of development.
Purple petunia’s dazzle in the sunlight.
Rare lavender long-spined prickly pear cactus with flower buds.
Petunias can be very sensual if photographed “up close and personal.”
Lavender petunia with black background.
Mexican gold poppies and fiddleheads in Tucson Arizona.
The enchanting flower of the cereus cactus only blooms at night.
A striking fuchsia hedgehog cactus flower found with porophyllum gracile wildflowers.
A nymphaea water lily in fog despite the sunlight.
Some species of cucumber plants produce sweet yellow flowers.
A honeybee gathers nectar from a sunflower.
A sunflower with orange ray flowers.
A pink rose with its petals very wide open.
Inside a pink rose.
The dahlia has been the national flower of Mexico since 1963.
This courageous little moss rose grew through a nearly impossible environment.
A pink hibiscus in foggy light.
The Desert Rose is a native of East Africa and has fleshy leaves and beautiful two-inch pink open-trumpet shaped flowers.
After being watered, this red and green bromeliad looks rather sensual.
A young prickly pear cactus paddle with budding needles found in the wild.
Dramatic sunset clouds seem to explode over the Catalina Mountains in Tucson.