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Activity | Celebrate Emoji Day

Activity | Celebrate Emoji Day

Emojis are a fun way to show your expressions (happy face, cool glasses and laughing emoji). These fun icons have surpassed their origins on the internet and through texting and are now part of everyone’s daily communication habits. Did you know the first emoji was...

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Something for Father’s Day

Something for Father’s Day

Digital Cards Send Dad the beauty of the Garden with these free downloadable postcards.   Free Admission to Flashlight Nights Looking to create some memories with the Dads in your life? Head out to Flashlight Nights on Saturday, June 19. Dad will receive free...

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Activity | DIY Father’s Day Card

Activity | DIY Father’s Day Card

Want to make a card for Dad he will cherish? Before you start this activity, you will need to find an assortment of different leaves. Take a short walk around your neighborhood and find at least three different types of leaves.  After your walk, gather these...

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Board President Changes

Board President Changes

The Garden thanks Tammy McLeod for her service as board president of Desert Botanical Garden for the past two years, leading us through incredibly challenging times. A warm welcome to Amy Flood as she begins her tenure as board president. Read below to learn more...

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Celebrating Pride Month

Celebrating Pride Month

A Warm Welcome to the Garden's New Director of Social Responsibility & Inclusion, Kevina Devereaux Meet Kevina Devereaux, the new Director of Social Responsibility & Inclusion. In this Q&A, Kevina shares her background, what drew her to this role and what...

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Desert Fruits

Desert Fruits

Common fruit trees like citrus and figs are forming fruits in May but there are many other desert plants producing edible fruits. These desert fruits produced are relished by desert animals such as birds, desert tortoises as well as people. Look for saguaro fruits...

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