If you're planning a trip to Morocco, it's important to be aware of the weather conditions you can expect. The country is located in North Africa, and the temperatures there range from 10 to 40 degrees Celsius. In the winter, the temperature decreases and it can become quite cold at night. However, during the day it becomes more endurable. Make sure you take into account the extreme heat of summer when planning your trip - it will take some time to acclimate and you'll need to dress appropriately. The spring and fall are milder but you will still need sunscreen in order to protect yourself from the sun's rays.
In terms of vegetation, there aren't many plants that can survive in the Sahara Desert. However, during the monsoon season, the grasses, shrubs and trees come to life. These plants are known as halophytes and xerophytes, which means that they require salt-rich soil and don't need a lot of water. The African peyote cactus is one of the hardiest plants in the desert and is definitely worth checking out.
Keep these things in mind when packing for your trip to Morocco and you'll be sure to have a great time!