The Ocotillo Plant – An Unusual Fall Bloom

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The ocotillo is a tall (up to twenty feet high) plant that supports several woody, spiny branches that takes on the shape of an upside down funnel. It blooms in the spring, but recent visitors to Bing Bend National Park were treated to an unusual fall flowering.

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