MONTEZUMA QUAIL (Cyrtonyx montezumae) - found across Mexico and marginally into the southern United States in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas in oak savannas, pine-oak woodlands, scrublands and mixed conifer woodlands. They forage on the ground, digging for bulbs or succulent forbs and sedges, and picking seeds, acorns, fruits and some insects. They nest on the ground, in a structure woven with grass placed under cover. There the female lays 6-12 chalky white eggs.
Albizia Julibrissin Mimosa Bonsai * Persian Pink Silk Tree * Seeds *Amazing Rare
Blooming bonsai/ She adds one in her tent in the Spring, to brighten up the place and really get "in tune" with Neverland OOH OOH OOH OR ALIS LIFE TREE Kinda like the death trees in KOTLC (maybe for when she leaves, right before, they plant the tree to honor her) (See KOTLC to see how it works) Each of the boys (Aside from Peter) get a life tree that resembles their aura, and grows for them by their tent, but twist, Ali's starts to die
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Grow Your Own Cactus From Seeds - Cacti Seed - Assortment of Different Cactus Seeds by Bach. $4.00. Includes a Mini- Greenhouse Pot, Soil, and Seeds... Everything Needed For a Cactus Garden. Grow Your Own Cactus From Seeds. Perfect Southwestern Gift or Souvenir. Contains a Variety of Seeds Including Saguaro, Prickly Pear, Cholla, Golden Barrel, Fishook Barrel, and Hedgehog Cactus. Grow your own cactus from seeds. This kit includes everything you need to grow cactus. ...
I'itoi's Onion: "prolific multiplier onions. It resembles wild onions harvested on I’Itoi Mountain, also known as Baboquivari Mountain, by Tohono O'odham people. Botanical studies place the I’Itoi onion among a very old line of clumping onions brought to the US by Jesuit missionaries in the late 17th century...mild shallot-like bulbs and slightly spicy greens....Rarely flowers and set seeds; propagate by division of the bulbs...."