Butterflies are back and better than ever at the Desert Botanical Garden with its new 3,200 square foot Butterfly Exhibit located on the Harriet K. Maxwell Desert Wildflower Loop Trail.
ArtPlace America recently announced that the Desert Botanical Garden’s Spaces of Opportunity is one of 29 projects chosen, from almost 1400 applications, to receive funding through its National Creative Placemaking Fund in 2016.
The Desert Botanical Garden is pleased to present Arizona artist David T. Kessler as he explores the awe-inspiring element of water in his beautiful paintings.
Recently, National Endowment for the Arts Our Town funding was given to the Desert Botanical to hire an artist to create a mural at the Desert Botanical Garden’s Spaces of Opportunity ( SPACES).
For ten years, the Desert Botanical Garden’s Desert Landscape School has provided education on all aspects of desert landscape installation and maintenance for Garden members and the general public.
Desert Botanical Garden has received a grant totaling ($135,000) from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust.
Desert Botanical Garden is one of 64 Our Town projects selected nationwide by the National Endowment for the Arts