IPA: sʌgwˈɔroʊ


  • Carnegiea gigantea, a large cactus native to the Sonoran Desert and characterized by its "arms".

Examples of "saguaro" in Sentences

  • I'll go look at the Saguaro talk.
  • The link to the Saguaro Seminar is dead.
  • The saguaro cactus as a symbol of the est.
  • The saguaro cactus as a symbol of the West.
  • The saguaro creates callus tissue on the wound.
  • I forgot that this only applies for the saguaro.
  • A solitary saguaro cactus is located in the park.
  • The saguaro is a signature plant of the Sonoran Desert.
  • Saguaro flowers are self incompatible and require a pollinator.
  • As a result, a complete version of Saguaro has not been released.
  • … if you didn't know, and i didn't, a saguaro is a type of cactus …
  • The article mentions the ribs of the saguaro, but does not elaborate.
  • The North American Gila Woodpecker excavates a living space within saguaro cacti.
  • Paloverde-cactus shrub vegetation includes various types of cacti, such as saguaro, cholla and agave.
  • Scattered among the huge club-shaped columns of the saguaro is the cholla, the next largest of the cactuses.
  • But I went alone, reassured in the north by the desert, the barrenness interrupted by the stolid saguaro, the gnarled creosote.
  • "The saguaro is a monstrosity in fact as well as in appearance, -- a product of miscegenation between plant and animal, probably depending for its form of life history, if not for its very existence, on its commensals." [
  • Matthew Rounis, a fifth-grader who also served on the commission, said the combo design "represents the entire state, not just one section, and it also serves as a map of Arizona, since in the northern part you have the Grand Canyon and in the southern part you have the saguaro which is indigenous to those areas."

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