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Steele Herb Garden

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Located along the Center for Desert Living Trail, the Steele Herb Garden highlights a variety of desert-adapted herbs displayed in a Wildlife Garden, Picante Garden, Tea and Culinary Gardens, Sensory Garden and a Medicinal Garden. This exhibit closes at sunset.

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