The Botanical Garden at the Springs Preserve is home to the largest collection of Mojave Desert cacti and succulent plants, featuring 110 acres of display gardens, natural gardens, and wildlife habitats.
Every Thursday, enjoy fresh local produce, flowers, plants, herbs, baked goods, cooking demos and more at The Green Chefs Farmers Market at the Springs Preserve!
From the bighorn sheep sculptures along valley highways to more abstract pieces, Ramon Sanchez of P & S Metals turns scrap metal and steel into art.
Saturdays and Sundays at the Springs Preserve, we offer Botanical Garden Guided Walks, free for members or with paid general admission. Come explore with us!
The Texas sage is blooming! Often called the barometer bush, it predictably blooms when the humidity increases in summer.
Find out what you can do when plants are showing sun stress.
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