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Santa Fe Botanical Garden, Santa Fe

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  • Just beautiful. The roses and lavender were in bloom and the gardens were full of sculptors. Plenty of places to sit in the shade and enjoy the peace and beauty  more »
  • The Santa Fe Botanical Garden is small, but lovely. Beautiful vistas and many interesting plants. Very serene - lots of bird song, and fragrant with honeysuckle, thyme, and lavender. A nice place to s...  more »
  • Enthusiastic volunteers happy to answer any questions, interesting displays on different uses of native plants in traditional Indian cultures, creative landscaping with local stone and materials, and ...  more »
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  • The Garden is a new add-on to the city since it is only four years old as of writing this. It will clearly be expanded over time, and given the thought that went into it I know it will be wonderful. Short meandering paths provide beauty and education. Among the plants you will will find lizards, bees and a host of other tiny creatures. It is a wonderful place for a short visit. Be aware there is not much shade so you might bake in the summer months.
  • Visited first time at the Water is Life festival several weeks ago (June-20170. New addition to Santa Fe, located adjacent to Museum Hill on Camino Lejo Come here to figure out the name of that shrub you couldn't ID on your last hike. Volunteers are helpful and knowledgeable. Lots of places to sit in the shade (or sun in winter) and enjoy desert flowers, songbirds, pollinators, and an occasional hawk. As you walk through, striped lizards dart under the mesquite, easily evading you and the roadrunners.
  • With the expanded area, it's a nice visit. While not immersive like a big botanical garden, it is well designed, themed, and laid out.
  • Very pretty. They had complimentarily shade umbrellas out the day we visited! Oh so useful.
  • Absolutely fabulous visit. Not to be missed! Terrific plantings, setting & views! One of the best new botanical gardens in the US!