Sphaeralcea fendleri var. venusta - Fendler Globemallow blooms from May to November on the Mount Lemmon,AZ. This one is part of the Malvaceae family (Mallow). It’s fascinating to see Globe Mallows in different elevations, the colors of the blossoms, the height and the form she takes when growing at a higher elevation, or on the desert. We can be from the same family, have some similarities, but still have our own identity. Lessons I have learned by being in Nature. We grow according to the environment we live in. We grow and try to thrive where we are planted. Enjoy the weekend and enjoy Nature!
Mount Lemmon, AZ
Christina Grossman, MA, CCA, CH
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Field Guide: Rose, F. (2012). Mountain Trees of Southern Arizona: A Field Guide. Tucson, AZ: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Press.
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I am not the first, nor the last of expressing and sharing the beauty of mathematics in Nature. What I will share in this blog are thoughts, experiences, and lessons learned to validate life, both human and botanical, living mathematically.