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Heather stops to check out a joshua tree on Teutonia Peak Trail Some of the open areas between joshua trees are lightly carpeted with tiny white and yellow flowersThumbnailsA soft, furry cactus (one of many) invites passers-by along the Teutonia Peak TrailSome of the open areas between joshua trees are lightly carpeted with tiny white and yellow flowersThumbnailsA soft, furry cactus (one of many) invites passers-by along the Teutonia Peak TrailSome of the open areas between joshua trees are lightly carpeted with tiny white and yellow flowersThumbnailsA soft, furry cactus (one of many) invites passers-by along the Teutonia Peak TrailSome of the open areas between joshua trees are lightly carpeted with tiny white and yellow flowersThumbnailsA soft, furry cactus (one of many) invites passers-by along the Teutonia Peak TrailSome of the open areas between joshua trees are lightly carpeted with tiny white and yellow flowersThumbnailsA soft, furry cactus (one of many) invites passers-by along the Teutonia Peak Trail

A lot of the joshua trees in this area are quite well-developed. They grow very slowly, so these big trees are old.