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.
Expert staff guides students in understanding the natural world with hands-on experiments and garden-based activities, Thursdays through May 26.
On Saturday, June 18, learn about the world, naturally, as we spread the word on pollen and the significance of pollination in our lives.
In this gardening workshop on Saturday, June 25, come learn how to grow herbs and discover the many ways they can enhance your garden.
Spring is a great time to add color to your landscape. Learn about wildflowers and spring blooms like chocolate flower, angelita daisy, evening primrose, and more!
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