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The Garden’s Emerging Professionals, Working Today to Conserve Tomorrow.


The Monarch Society is the Garden’s program for emerging professionals. Garden Members at any level are eligible to enroll in this complimentary program. Enrich your life and support our efforts to understand, protect and education others about our desert environment.

As a part of the Monarch Society, you are invited to exclusive experiences, presentations and behind-the-scenes opportunities that highlight the Garden's compelling mission.

Your Monarch Society membership helps the ongoing development of the Desert Botanical Garden and provides funding for key mission programs: scientific research, education, plant conservation, and Garden exhibits. But your Garden membership doesn't just help maintain and support a nationally recognized museum and research center, it also brings insider perks and rewards like special discounts and member-only Garden offers.

Regardless of what Garden membership level you choose, you’ll always be able to:


We invite you to come grow with us. Together, we can make a difference.

For more information about the Monarch Society, or to enroll please contact donorevents@dbg.org.

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New Exhibit Coming to Ottosen Gallery

The Desert Botanical Garden presents new works by world-renowned artists Philip and Matt Moulthrop. The exhibition features a collection of turned wood that reveals the inherent beauty of trees and shrubs native to Arizona. Woodturning has been a Moulthrop family legacy for three generations and their pieces are immediately recognizable by their distinct contemporary forms. The exhibit, Arizona Indigenous: New Turned Wood by Philip & Matt Moulthrop, opens February 6 and is included with paid Garden admission or membership.

Image Credit:
Philip Moulthrop, Desert Ironwood Dish, 2014,
2.5 x 6.75 x 6.75, turned wood
Image courtesy of CLUTCH Photo and Bentley Gallery, AZ


Exhibition courtesy of Bentley Gallery.

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