Saguaro National Park  Tucson, AZ.  It takes up to 75 years for a Saguaro to grow one side arm.  Most grow 40-60 ft high with a 10 foot girth and may live for more than 150 years. Enjoy the beauty and wildlife: road runners, coyote, bats, quail, scorpions and beautiful flowers on the way to the Sonora Desert Museum.

It takes up to 75 years for a Saguaro to grow one side arm. Most grow ft high with a 10 foot girth and may live for more than 150 years. The desert they survive in has a mysterious beauty all of its own.

12 Things to Know About Dealing with Scorpions in Arizona

12 Things to Know About Dealing with Scorpions in Arizona

Arizona Bark Scorpion ~ It is the most venomous scorpion in America.

Article about the Arizona Bark Scorpion - It is the most venomous scorpion in American and the Bark Scorpion sting can be dangerous. Find facts, behavior, habitat and diagram of scorpion anatomy.

The cracks in the parched earth are clearly visible, but for a few short weeks - every few years - this remote section of desert is transformed into a magic carpet of purple. The wildflower Scorpion Weed takes over this corner of the Mojave Desert in southwestern Utah when the conditions are right.

Thought this was a desert? It's a magic carpet of purple wildflowers (but these Scorpion Weeds come with their own bite)

Desert with Phacelia (Scorpion Weed). Flowering once in several years. Desert with Phacelia (Scorpion Weed). Flowering once in several years.

There are many types of scorpions in Arizona, but not all are the dangerous bark scorpion. Here are some tips on identifying the scorpion…

How to Identify the Scorpions in Arizona

There are many types of scorpions in Arizona, but not all are the dangerous bark scorpion. Here are some tips on identifying the scorpion…

Lavender - Scorpion Repellent. Plant some lavender around your property and see no more scorpions. Lavender grows easily in Arizona. Looks nice and works great! Also use some organic lavender oil inside the house. I NEVER see scorpions anymore! Enjoy! #Lavender #Scorpions

Naturally Deter Scorpions

How to Naturally Deter Scorpions: Did you know scorpions hate lavender? I'm thinking lavender sachets in all the closets.

Coyote Peterson Compares the Respective Stings of Both the Largest and Smallest Scorpions in Arizona

Coyote Peterson Compares the Respective Stings of Both the Largest and Smallest Scorpions in Arizona

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The Bark Scorpions in West Texas are far less dangerous than the ones in Arizona. Description from pleasantparks.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Bark Scorpions in West Texas are far less dangerous than the ones in Arizona. Description from pleasantparks.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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