5 Beautiful Botanical Gardens in New Mexico!

New Mexico is renowned for its unparalleled natural beauty, the state hosts an array of stunning botanical gardens and arboreta. To help you plan your next excursion, here's an overview of New Mexico's five best botanical gardens and arboreta:

ABQ BioPark - Botanic Garden, Albuquerque, NM

Submerge yourself in a world of plants and flowers at the ABQ Biopark Botanic Garden. Situated beside the Rio Grande and spanning 36 acres, this botanical garden showcases plants of the Southwest and other arid climates, including a 10,000-square-foot conservatory.

Santa Fe Botanical Garden, Santa Fe, NM

Be sure to visit this Santa Fe gem. Set upon a piƱon-juniper woodland landscape, this garden features three main sections full of perennials, roses, lavender, wildflowers, and more.

Landscape Demonstration Garden - Fabian Garcia Science Center, Las Cruces, NM

Here is the perfect place to observe beautiful plants and relax under a gazebo. This botanical garden is part of New Mexico State University and showcases many of the local species of flora that grow in the area.

The Chiricahua Desert Museum, Rodeo, NM

Enrich your experience of native wildlife in its natural setting at the Chiricahua Desert Museum. This wildlife and botanical garden provides the perfect opportunity for bird watching, exploration, and relaxation with its abundant flora and fauna.

Albuquerque Rose Garden / Albuquerque Rose Society, Albuquerque, NM

Visit the Albuquerque Rose Society Garden to observe a wide variety of roses, from old-fashioned types to modern hybrids. Managed by the Albuquerque Rose Society, this society offers meetings throughout the year, featuring educational and informative news about roses, rose care, and more.

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