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Take a Peek at the Garden’s Onsite Nursery

Take a Peek at the Garden’s Onsite Nursery

Ever wonder what it takes to organize and run Desert Botanical Garden’s semiannual plant sale. Organizing the event is a monumental task with preparations that are ongoing throughout the year. The fundraising sale has become one of the Garden’s biggest undertakings —...
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...
Garden Staff’s Top Spring Plant Sale Picks

Garden Staff’s Top Spring Plant Sale Picks

The Garden’s Spring Plant Sale is just around the corner. From March 16 – 19, guests will have the opportunity to purchase a wide variety of desert plants, houseplants and gardening tools. Garden horticulture staff will offer their knowledge and advice as well. But...
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...
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...
ADVANCE TICKET RESERVATIONS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR MEMBERS AND GENERAL PUBLIC.
Feb 23. the Garden will be closing early at 3pm (last admission at 1:30pm)
Feb 24-25 the Garden is closed to general public and only open to Devour Culinary Classic Ticket Holders.