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This garden is amazing. It is so well maintained and pleasant. Whoever designed it was an expert - it has little coves and areas and slot canyon! I was so impressed walking on the path. My favorite part was the cactus. Equally amazing is that...More
This is a beautiful garden that must certainly be a prized project for it's creators and the residents of St. George. It doesn't take very long to walk through and it is free to the public. We learned a lot about the native plants and...More
What a wonderful visit. The number of species is unbelievable. The only downside is that the fish viewing glass needs to be cleaned. The area was wonderful but you could not see the fish. Definitely a visit for early morning before temperature goes up.
We (meaning my dog and I) watched this park being built and wow if we weren't feeling WOW when we finally got to see it. A beautiful maze of paths, gardens, bridges, water, cacti, flowers, birds, statues, and creative rock formations. It's also above the...More
We love the Desert Garden! Our grandchildren enjoy going back at different times of the year, especially around the holidays, when there are special features. We have lived in the area all of our lives, and we're finally learning the names of all the native...More
We love walking through this garden to get ideas of new plants to put in our yard. Such a beautiful place and makes for some fun pictures too. Even little kids we have taken have fun especially by the fish tanks. Very peaceful place to...More
I love botanical gardens, and this is the first one I've been to in a dessert setting. It was a pleasant surprise. It's free and easy to find. It's well kept with easy, accessible pathways. Bring a stroller or a wheelchair, there will only be...More