National Geographic : 1937 Apr
Photograph yHL.Shantz THE CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA HAS A CACTUS GARDEN, WHERE PLANTS OF THEDESERT THRIVE UNDER CULTIVATION Students, sauntering along these paths, see specimens of nearly every plant that grows in the region. Hedgehog cactus blooms intheleftforeground, and just beyond is a clump of creosote bush. Resembling a coral growth, still farther back, is a cholla, with several forked organ pipe cacti near by.Athick saguaro stands next to the path near the center, and to the right are other chollas. A young barrel cactus grows in the right foreground.