Bold, colorful and monumental are all words that describe the work of ceramic artist Jun Kaneko, and visitors of Desert Botanical Garden will see his work on display Oct. 12 through April 30.
Visit Desert Botanical Garden on National Public Garden’s Day May 12 to receive $4 off admission tickets in honor of the Garden’s fourth place win in the USA Today’s Best Botanical Garden contest.
Expect the unexpected as Ballet Arizona continues its yearly tradition, An Evening at Desert Botanical Garden.
Whether it is date night or family-night out, come explore the Desert Botanical Garden in a whole new way. Flashlight Tours are sensory adventures to see, hear and feel how our desert nights shimmer.
Dinner on the Desert 2017 will celebrate a spring evening with the desert’s colors at dusk as guests gather to enjoy the setting sun spread breathtaking colors over the desert garden.
Having sold out the event for the previous four years, the Devour Culinary Classic is heading to a new venue in 2018 to accommodate the event’s growth and vision.
It is that time of year … flowers are blooming and what a better place to check them out then the Desert Botanical Garden.
Celebrate the gardening season at the Desert Botanical Garden’s Spring Plant Sale.
President Barack Obama appointed the following individuals to key Administration posts including Desert Botanical Garden’s Executive Director Ken Schutz.
The new 85,000 square foot horticulture campus featuring the Hazel Hare Center for Plant Science will now be the “heart” of the Desert Botanical Garden. This is a multi-phased project with Phase 1 set to open to the public on Saturday, March 4.