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Sawtooth Botanical Garden, Ketchum
(4.1/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Conceived in 1995 by a group of passionate local gardeners, the Sawtooth Botanical Garden began as the Sawtooth Botanical Garden Project with the goals of showcasing sustainable gardening practices and allowing community members to rent plots and grow vegetables and flowers. The fice-acre site was formerly a horse pasture and is nestled amid three mountain ranges just south of Ketchum, Idaho.
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  • I stopped at the Sawtooth Botanical Garden not expecting too much & was most pleasantly surprised at the amazing and diversified plantings that were displayed. Being a member of a botanical garden at ...  more »
  • This is a really small garden, but the variety of flowers, the colors, and the placement of them were very beautiful. There is a prayer wheel, a small flowing water, and beautiful walkways. There is n...  more »
  • The garden is lovely and the flowers and plants change with the seasons. A nice place to take a stroll and relax in the shade. 
  • It's not a real big place, but its pretty cool. They have a nice greenhouse and a cool little area with a Tibetan prayer wheel/flags. I might have even given it 5 stars, but it was fall when we visited so there weren't a lot of flowers in bloom and it felt a little barren. Still, it was fun to walk around and explore.
  • Very easy nature walk. Serene and close to town. Highly recommended when in Elkhorn idaho.
  • Not bad for a quick activity, but the kids liked the sandbox most.
  • A jewel in our community!
  • Worth the time