Phoenix's Desert Botanical Gardens, founded in 1937, covers 145 acres with 50,000 species of desert plants, one-third of which are locally owned, and 139 are rare, threatened or endangered. Walking around plants, flowers, birds, butterflies and some small wild animals is like a paradise. After the tour, change at the nearby airport, end Peggy, Phoenix for a short vacation. Back to DC, continue "confinement" until the epidemic is over...
This botanical garden is beautifully laid out to highlight the very diverse flora of the Sonoran Desert
The Desert Botanical Garden is really big. Walking among the cacti in the Desert Botanical Garden, it feels so magical. It’s the first time that it grows so close to such a huge cactus. It’s very interesting.
[Arizona❥Phoenix] My friend asked me why I had to run so far to see the cactus. I didn’t say anything. However, the cactus said you look at Figure 5. Do you feel the contempt from the cactus world, and the cactus sundial, Very ok
The Desert Botanical Garden is very large, the tickets are not expensive, the price is very high, and there are not many tourists visiting and playing. The Desert Botanical Garden is mainly for watching cacti, there are not many types, and the shapes are different and fun