Borrego Botanical Garden is a place of reflection and beauty,
alive with plants, birds, and butterfiles, in the heart of
Borrego Springs, featuring plants from the deserts of North
America and from around the world. Much has been accomplished
since the creation of our garden began just three years ago.
Stop by to see the transformation the next time you are in
Borrego Springs. |
Stroll across a wooden bridge over a dry creek bed to enter
a unique desert garden, artistically designed with creatively
placed plants and interesting outdoor spaces. Trees such as
palo verde, mesquite, and palms provide shade and shelter for
birds, butterflies, and other desert dwellers. A area has also
been set aside for plants representing the agricultural history
of Borrego Springs
We are now in the third phase of our
garden, an inner plaza is being developed, new areas have been
prepared for planting, and funding is needed for plant
purchases, artwork, interpretive displays, and the always
essential maintenance that a garden requires.
The garden is located on land
owned by the Anza-Borrego Desert Natural History Association,
just north of the ABDNHA building and parking lot.