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How to Diagnose Plant Problems

How to Diagnose Plant Problems

Plants are susceptible to diseases, injuries and stress. Plant problems can have multiple causes, making it difficult to identify the primary or even secondary issues. To make matters worse, gardens exhibit variability because they are dynamic living systems. Plant...
Meet Some of the Farmers from Spaces of Opportunity

Meet Some of the Farmers from Spaces of Opportunity

In Phoenix, overlooked by South Mountain, farmers are growing rows of vegetables, citrus trees and nopals, or prickly pear cactus, on a 19-acre urban farm. In the heart of south Phoenix lies Spaces of Opportunity, a collaboration of Desert Botanical Garden, Tiger...
Top 10 Spring Blooms to Look for at the Garden

Top 10 Spring Blooms to Look for at the Garden

The Garden’s most colorful season is almost here!   Throughout the spring, the Garden will be blanketed with a kaleidoscope of colors — a sea of red, pink, yellow, orange, white and purple wildflowers! Make your reservations to the Garden today at dbg.org. And if you...
Cactus Named After Women

Cactus Named After Women

For Women’s History Month, the Garden is celebrating by sharing a few cactus species and genus that are named after prominent botanists, philanthropists and writers. The list includes the Garden’s very own founder Gertrude Divine Webster whose passion and support for...
Challie Facemire Q&A

Challie Facemire Q&A

Meet Challie Facemire, Program Director for the Central Arizona Conservation Alliance Central Arizona Conservation Alliance (CAZCA) was founded in 2012 as an ongoing initiative of Desert Botanical Garden. Together with regional partners, CAZCA developed a long-term...
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