Be amazed at the beauty of Phoenix real estate. Native flora and fauna are brilliantly displayed at The Desert Botanical Garden. Open daily at 7 a.m. greet the morning by embracing the glory of Mother Nature.
Located close to Phoenix homes, the gardens embrace the rugged spirit of the Sonoran Desert, and work off the four core values of stewardship, interdependence, authenticity and accountability.
Trails wind through the landscape leading guests along separate paths to adventure. Reach new vantage points by traversing The Sonoran Desert Nature Loop Trail. Top of the trail rewards include views surrounding mountains and the Phoenix real estate region. Arizona homeowners can pick up tips of the trade while walking along The Center for Desert Living Trail. Native plants along this pathway are sustainable and perfect for implementing in gardens back at home.
Learn about Ancient Uses of Native Plants Growing by Phoenix Homes
Hummingbirds flock to The Harriet K. Maxwell Desert Wildflower Loop Trail during blooming seasons. Wildflowers and cactus flowers in full bloom are definitely a sight for sore eyes. Just around the bend, Native Americans are honored on The Plants and People of the Sonoran Desert Loop Trail. The history is as rich as the soil on this walkway. Ancient uses of plants by people for medicine, food and building materials is highlighted.
The Desert Botanical Garden contains a wealth of knowledge that is readily passed on. A busy calendar offers up classes and special events designed to provoke interest and entertain. Classes cover a range of subjects including gardening, design, photography, astronomy and more. The arts are celebrated too with musical, dance and art exhibits taking place all year long. Programs for children encourage a lifelong love of nature and welcome a range of ages from preschool to teen. Families love to participate in the summer evening Flashlight Tours where groups galavant through the grounds after dark.
Discover the sights and sounds of the Desert Botanical Garden. Soak up the scenery and learn the lay of the land. Memberships are available for those who just can’t get enough with one or two visits.