8.00" x 5.50"
10.00" x 7.50"
Mohave Joshua Trees Forest Art Print
by Bonnie Follett
Mohave Joshua Trees Forest by Bonnie Follett - 8" x 5.5"
Luster Photo Paper
Rolled in a Tube
Mohave Joshua Trees Forest art print by Bonnie Follett. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
Mohave Joshua Trees Forest is a photograph captured in Mohave County Arizona of these rugged desert trees in their natural habitat surrounded by... more
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Mohave Joshua Trees Forest is a photograph captured in Mohave County Arizona of these rugged desert trees in their natural habitat surrounded by sagebrush, yucca, cholla, and other cacti.
The Joshua tree, the largest of the yuccas, grows only in the Mojave Desert. Natural stands of this picturesque, spike-leafed evergreen grow nowhere else in the world. Its height varies from 15-40 feet with a diameter of 1-3 feet. They grow 2 to 3 inches a year, takes 50 to 60 years to mature and they can live 150 years.
Joshua trees (and most other yuccas) rely on the female pronuba Moth (Tegeticula) for pollination. No other animal visiting the blooms transfers the pollen from one flower to another. In fact, the female yucca moth has evolved special organs to collect and distribute the pollen onto the surface of the flower. She lays her eggs in the flowers' ovaries, and when the larvae hatch, they feed on the yucca seeds.
Without the moth's po...
About Bonnie Follett
Welcome to my art and photography profile pages, with products available for print on demand. Bio history: Bonnie Follett is an artist and photographer living in San Francisco. Born and raised in North Dakota, she obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Minnesota State University in Mankato, MN. She also spends time in Arizona at her home in the high desert of Mohave County. Her art education began when her parents enrolled Bonnie in the Art Instruction Schools as a child. This was a home study "Draw Me" school that advertised frequently in the magazines of the time. She continued her interest in art during her college years, majoring in fine art, photography and printmaking. Not long after completing her college BFA...
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