Ocotillo (Fouquieria Splendens)
Ocotillo (also called Vine Cactus or Jacob’s Staff) is native to the southeastern US and Mexico. During periods of drought its branches appear dead, but quickly become covered in leaves after rainfall. Flowers bloom in spring and summer.
NOTE: This tree is intended for a previous version of the SpeedTree Modeler (v6). If you are using the current Modeler, please find the updated version of this tree.
Ocotillo (92160 polygons)
OcotilloCluster (319886 polygons)
OcotilloCluster_RT (2024 polygons)
OcotilloCluster_Spring (138512 polygons)
OcotilloCluster_Spring_RT (2024 polygons)
Ocotillo_RT (440 polygons)
Ocotillo_Spring (30638 polygons)
Ocotillo_Spring_RT (440 polygons)
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