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  • Arizona Daily Star

Q: A friend has been caring for my euphorbia houseplant while we are away, and he reports it has drooping stalks. I have been researching onli…

  • By Peter L. Warren Special to the Arizona Daily Star
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Q: We have three saguaros in our front yard, two, four and 10 feet tall. All appear to be healthy. The tallest one will get only two or three …

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Cleveland native left job as social worker for shot at professional baseball. 

At the corner of Broadway and Plumer Ave. stood one of the elders of our community, a huge saguaro with many arms. On May 27, the city of Tucs…

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Learn why some saguaros grow in "clusters" of plants just inches apart.

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  • By Peter L. Warren Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Don't blame starlings for saguaro's demise, as many animals can transmit bacteria. 

Many desert wildflowers have passed their peak, but cacti are blooming brilliantly.

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Saguaro National Park may soon be part of the Lego universe. 

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  • By Peter L. Warren Special to the Arizona Daily Star

 Saguaro cacti are very heavy and if they fall could easily harm you or property.

  • Paul Mirocha

Saguaro cactus by Paul Mirocha from “The Sonoran Desert: A Literary Field Guide.”

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Our signature cactus has always been a little bit unusual, and that's why we love it so.

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Barrel cacti are amazing — even if they're not on par with saguaros.

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A prickly pear cactus is growing on a saguaro in Sabino Canyon.

  • JAMES S. WOOD/Arizona Daily Star 2001

 The sky above Tucson.

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Fallen saguaro will continue to provide benefits to the desert ecosystem.

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A saguaro at Saguaro National Park is tilting at an extreme angle.

  • Ralph Freso / For the Arizona Daily Star 2014

Cienega’s Arianna Roche has helped the Bobcats to a 30-0 record, a year after they lost in the state championship game in Glendale.

  • Ralph Freso / For the Star 2014

Cienega’s Destiny Richardson blocks a shot in the Division II state semifinals last season.

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Cost for annual passes and backcountry camping may rise.

  • Arizona Daily Star 2014

Senior Treyanna Clay has Cienega in line to make a run at the state title after finishing second last year.