The Desert Botanical Garden, home of the most beautiful desert plants in the world
Here's an Allan Houser piece placed in the new Berlin Agave Yucca Forest
Volunteers and Garden staff are setting up Lumi bags throughout the Garden in anticipation of opening night tomorrow
It’s fall in the Garden! It may not be the same is Vermont, but we are experiencing our own fall here at DBG.
Bitter Condalia (Condalia globosa) blooms are filling the air with their enchantingly sweet scent. This large shrub produces a multitude of small fruits that fruit-eating birds relish.
Good morning from the Garden. Here's a shot of Allan Houser's "Morning Solitude"
Members of the Garden’s Teen Volunteers enjoyed a rafting trip on the Salt River last weekend. Do they look like they’re having fun?
The Berlin Agave Forest opens in 2+ weeks and construction is almost complete.
Lithops are tiny succulents that look like little rocks or pebbles. It’s often hard to event see them. Well, they’re blooming!
Our Fall Music in the Garden Series has sold out, but you can still enjoy these performances w/ our Music in the Garden CD (available in the gift shop).
Next time you visit the Garden, be sure and stop by the Info Booth in front of admissions and say hi! Learn about all that is happening during the Fall & Winter
Now that Halloween is over, is it too early to tell you about our greeting cards? Check them out...available in the Garden Shop.
Students from Seedlings, our science-based enrichment program for preschoolers, planted their garden this week. More info: http://budurl.com/DBGseedlings
DBG staff are working to bring an authentic Dia de los Muertos Celebration to the Garden this weekend. Here's a sneak preview of some of the altars being assembled.
Learn about Día de Los Muertos foods & culture w/ Silvana Esparza of Barrio Cafe & Artist Zarco Guerrero (10/26)
Elaine McGinn & Ken Schutz tour of the new Berlin Agave Yucca Forest. Get your tour @ http://budurl.com/yuccavideo
Check out photos taken at the Mariposa Monarca butterfly tagging demonstration held each Thurs at 1:30pm
It was a busy day at the Garden yesterday. Check out the line. Admission is free on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 1-8pm
The plants are beginning to arrive for the Garden's annual Fall Plant Sale. Don't miss it - Oct 17-18
Fall is here at Desert Botanical Garden and the Garden Shop is ready. Open daily 9am – 5pm
Chihuly's Desert Towers are still at the Garden. This glass sculpture will remain here through May 31, 2010
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