Tohono Chul is a beautiful desert garden, with hidden surpises (one area grown entirely without water) and lovely places to walk. It displays native plants, links them to local culture and projects which protect and preserve indigenous wild plants. My father and I spent a couple of hours walking the trails and looking at the brilliant art in the small gallery. He is a keen gardener (transplanted from the North) trying to learn how to grow things in the desert. I found him trading stories about Navaho farming with the helpful young woman in the plant store.
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