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Bucket-list gardens  to add to your summer travel plans

Bucket-list gardens to add to your summer travel plans

From big city adventures and mountain getaways to family trips to the beach, summer is a time to take in new sights, try new restaurants and unwind. As you plan your summer adventures, consider the amazing botanical gardens the U.S. has to offer. Best of all, as a...
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...
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...
Aloe Flowers Blooming on Desert Botanical Garden Trails

Aloe Flowers Blooming on Desert Botanical Garden Trails

January has brought unusually cold temperatures across the Southwest, including in the Phoenix area. But that hasn’t stopped a few plants from bursting with radiant, colorful blooms. Some aloes in particular have started to flower since December, and several more will...
Ryan Thayer Q&A

Ryan Thayer Q&A

Desert Botanical Garden is excited to announce Ryan Thayer has joined as the first executive director for Spaces of Opportunity. Spaces of Opportunity is a 14-acre incubator farm, family garden and on-site farmers market in south Phoenix that provides affordable...
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