My Photo Walk: Tucson Botanical Gardens
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The Tucson Botanical Gardens is called one of the best kept secret gardens in the US. It covers 5 acres near downtown Tucson, and the variety packed into those five acres is amazing. There are cactus gardens (of course), desert wildflowers, backyard bird, Native American, children's, herb, Zen gardens, and more. A miniature train village of old Tucson is a big draw, as is the butterfly house.
I spent about three hours there today, enjoying it immensely and even taking time to sit on one of the shady benches and just watch birds and people and soak in the fragrant air.
Enjoy my pix!
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