[ ʃˈɔːʃə ɡˌalɐsɪfˈə͡ʊli͡ə], [ ʃˈɔːʃə ɡˌalɐsɪfˈəʊliə], [ ʃ_ˈɔː_ʃ_ə ɡ_ˌa_l_ɐ_s_ɪ_f_ˈəʊ_l_iə]
How to use "Shortia galacifolia" in context?
Shortia Galacifolia, or Arizona bee-plant, is a flowering plant that is endemic to the U.S. state of Arizona. It grows in open, sandy desert areas, where it is often found alongside the Apache Shirley.
The Arizona bee-plant is a small, succulent flowering plant that can grow up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall. It has bunches of colorful flowers, each with five petals. The plant is pollinated by bees, and is thought to be one of the few plants in the desert that lends itself to beekeeping.
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