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.
Back by popular demand! Join the Audubon Society on Wednesday, May 11 from 8 to 10 a.m. for a walking tour to explore the many birds of the Springs Preserve.
You're not the only one that visits the garden. On Saturday, May 28, we'll take a closer look at some of the crazy cool creatures that come marching through.
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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