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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote The Desert Botanical Garden was one of the first places to visit shortly after relocating in Arizona in 2005. Who would ever believe that the Desert could be… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  • SapphireBlueCaress 4 years ago

    How so? magnificent! Thanks my dear!

  • TheShopgirl2000a 4 years ago

    WOW! Thank you! That was lovely… These were? photos of the FIRST place that I visited after moving from California to Arizona! It is a special place in my heart to visit! I wanted to return this last Spring to see ALL the desert plants in bloom, with the move, I couldn’t find the time this year… Maybe next Spring. Thank you again for the wonderful comment!

  • ireneblchua 4 years ago

    Watched again 🙂 Love the soft music and transition. Also the beautiful cactuses flowers, the pink one? at 1:43, the red at 1:49 & the yellow at 3:48

  • TheShopgirl2000a 4 years ago

    Thank you Irene, I am so glad that you enjoyed my video!? 🙂

  • TheShopgirl2000a 4 years ago

    Thank you Irene, I am glad that you enjoyed the botanical garden… When ever I think of it the garden, I seem to think of the Butterfly Garden… I have to admit? that it was one of my favorites… Even though everything else was spectacular! Thanks for watching!

  • ireneblchua 4 years ago

    Very beautiful garden indeed! The butterflies are so pretty. Love the flowers & cactuses too!? Thanks Mary, for sharing this wonderful video 🙂

  • kidowmer 4 years ago

    Thks, Mary! I will check out the info..is this place very near your? home?? The Lithop is a plant?? Strange looking!!

  • TheShopgirl2000a 4 years ago

    Hi Annette, I really enjoyed the Botanical Gardens. It was in 2005 when I was there. I couldn’t find any literature on it, so today I stopped by and got the information that you were asking about. I posted the information on facebook for you…. The plant is called a Lithop. There are over 50,000 plants on display & the garden is 145 acres. I would assume your measurements are different since this is the USA…? It was in May when I was there in 2005.

  • kidowmer 4 years ago

    Wow!! Amazing indeed the countless number of species thriving in a desert environment!! I esp appreciate the intricate flowers? of the cacti! So beautiful & precious! I wonder how big this botanical Garden is? I also wanna ask what is at 2:59?

  • kidowmer 4 years ago

    Wow!! Amazing indeed the countless number of species thriving in a desert environment!! I esp apprciate the intricate flowers of the cacti! So beautiful & precious! I wonder how big this botanical Garden is? I also wanna ask what is at 2:59??

  • angelgirls1980 4 years ago

    Oh I was the same way! Oh how I wish we had them sooner. Taking pictures is fun now!
    I’m with you, NO more film!! Yes, I do wish I could have seen many places, but the blessing is, I do? with friends like you who take the time to share. Love and Hugs,Patty

  • TheShopgirl2000a 4 years ago

    Thank you Patty! I wish I could take you to some of the places that I have been, and haven’t yet been yet… Maybe I can through? my pictures… I started taking a lot of pictures when I got a digital camera. At first I didn’t like it, untill I realized I could take as many pictures as I wanted, No FILM! LOL! 🙂

  • angelgirls1980 4 years ago

    Oh how I wish I could? visit. So much history! I Loved it! Love n Light , Patty