February 16, 2017

A Passion for Plants

Tucson resident Mark Dimmitt is obsessed with rare plants and he’s also one of the world’s experts on adeniums, the so-called “desert rose” which he has been propagating for years.
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Tucson resident Mark Dimmitt is obsessed with rare plants and he’s also one of the world’s experts on adeniums, the so-called “desert rose” which he has been propagating for years. He is known as “the king of rare specimens and champion of botanic oddities” and reports a collection of more than 10, 000 plants.

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