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Nature Trail

Joshua Tree Sprouts

Joshua tree sprouts
Note the small Joshua trees (Yucca brevifolia, subspecies Herbertii) in front of you. These could have germinated from see the probably are sprouts from the underground rhizomes. In this manner, the mother tree close itself. Although Joshua seeds germinated fairly easily, most of the seeds are eaten by birds and small animals and the larva of the pronuba moth which pollinates the blossom.

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