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Old 08-12-2019, 02:43 PM
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Thanks Don and Doug,
Only the one, they're shy little beasties.
Strange looking plants that bite if you're not careful. The bottom leaves end in about inch and half thorns that will go through a leather glove. As my neighbor says 'everything around here bites, stings, stabs or a combination of them'.
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There was a Century Plant just outside of Fresno that I used to see on my way up to Pine flat dam.
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We have a few Century plants here, but tend to find them more in the lower elevations towards Phoenix.
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