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The Santa Fe Master Gardeners produce a very interesting and informative newsletter which features an article on our the current partnership on educational projects with the Santa Fe Botanical Garden. Read more below and visit their website for more information!
Monday, March 3 Alexis Bove, a Household Member of the Santa Fe Botanical Garden, noticed last summer that our sun-blocking parasols for visitors to use were looking a little worn by the end of the season. She graciously called this winter to donate two gorgeous parasols in bright colors that will look like flowers are Read more »
Thursday, February 6, 2014 We finally have some much needed snow this week in the garden, which is extremely helpful to maintaining soil moisture for our new plants over the winter. Ahh, but remember the summer? This week we decided to reminisce to the warm sunny days of last summer and share with you another blog with Read more »
December 24, 2013 Hundreds of guests from near and far have come see the first annual winter lights display, GLOW, in the garden. All ages pass through the gates and experience the magic under the stars while staying warm by the fire these chilly December nights. Thank you to everyone who is coming out and making a Read more »
Have you heard the radio commercial ad for GLOW?
November 22, 2013
Have you ever hiked up Sun Mountain and looked over the landscape? A great shot of the gardens from this vantage point came in this week and we’re happy to share the great sight!
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
The kiosk has been winterized! We have installed a heater and a canvas enclosure for the colder months while we stay open. Remember, our hours from November through April will be Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 3pm. Click here for more information about planning your visit!
October 16, 2013 Talented photographers frequently come to the Botanical Garden at Museum Hill and are inspired by the natural beauty, artful stonework, and the many details, colors, shapes and textures of the surrounding environment. One such creative artist, Harry Hull III, recently visited and used his photography to create what he calls a mandalagraph. On Read more »
October 15, 2013 A great post from writer Linda Larson about our garden! Here is the beginning of the article, and click through to read from her blog: “Santa Fe – Fans already know that the climate, creativity, culture, and cuisine are reasons enough to visit this unique city. If you needed another reason to love Santa Read more »
Friday, October 4 It was a happy hardworking day, when 20 volunteers planted 4700 bulbs in the Orchard Meadow! We planted 800 Scilla sibirica (Siberian Squill), 800 Chionodoxa forbesii (Glory of the Snow), and about 3100 Muscari armeniacum (Grape Hyacinth). These are all dainty but tough low- blooming varieties that often naturalize in areas where they’re planted. Come April we’ll Read more »