Gardens open to the public, located in Arizona.
The Arboretum at Flagstaff
200-acre arboretum in a ponderosa pine forest, home to a large collection of high-country wildflowers. Guided tours, gift shop, nature trails, endangered plants and animals and cultivated gardens.
Boyce Thompson Arboretum
Located in the rugged terrain of Superior, the arboretum includes a cactus garden, a legume garden, and a demonstration garden. Virtual tours, plant and animal information.
Desert Botanical Garden
Aims at education, research, exhibition, and conservation of desert plants of the world, especially the Southwestern United States. Descriptions and photos, information about visiting and programs, and horticultural tips.
Glendale Xeriscape Botanical Garden
Demonstration garden at the public library using drought-tolerant plants. Virtual tour, and listing of plants grouped by water requirements, with summary information for each.
Tohono Chul Park
A 49-acre desert preserve in Tucson that hosts a museum, tea room, and special events. Includes a history, photo gallery, events calendar, admission, membership, and volunteer information.
Tucson Botanical Gardens
Dedicated to horticultural and ecological education, with 16 gardens representing a variety of gardening traditions and botanical themes. History, special events, volunteer and membership information.
University of Arizona: Campus Arboretum
The Tucson campus holds over 500 tree species, including some of the largest specimens in Arizona. History, maps, walks, events, and information about the heritage trees.
Last update:November 14, 2016 at 12:05:09 UTC