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Adopt-A-Bee

May - June
Starting at $5!

We are all a buzz about our third annual Adopt-A-Bee, where you get to adopt and name a native bee*! Make a bee's summer experience unforgettable, while supporting a happy and healthy native bee population. A perk to adopting a bee is receiving an invite to the exclusive Pollinator Party from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, June 22 in the gardens.

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Bloom Watch

Each year, for one evening only, Tohono Chul opens its doors to visitors from around the world to experience the majestic mass blooming of the Queen of the Night, the night-blooming cereus Peniocereus greggii. Be the first to know when Bloom Night happened by signing up for the newsletter and downloading our iPhone or Android app!

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Monsoon Madness

Friday | July 27 | 3 – 7 p.m.
Saturday | July 28 | 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Free Admission During the Sale

The monsoon season brings you more than just rain as we host local growers & nationally-renowned plant experts with their specially-selected inventory. The annual sale is for more than just plant nerds, anyone can come on down to buy the weird and wondrous and learn plant care from the professionals.

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Nature

Discover one of the world's great botanical gardens in your own backyard! Over 49 acres of trails gardens, and unique Sonoran Desert Habitat await you.

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Bottomless Mimosas & Margaritas

Celebrate the Prickly Pear Harvest!

Join us at the Garden Bistro for bottomless prickly pear mimosas and margaritas as we celebrate the summer prickly pear harvest. Get this refreshing pink-drink deal seven days a week for $14 (with entrée purchase).

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Art Galleries

Tohono Chul has three distinct art galleries throughout the gardens featuring ever changing exhibits showcasing local and regional artists.

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We're the first to fly out of Arizona!

A male Monarch Butterfly, tagged November 2016 by Volunteer Pam Olson, was identified at The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens in California on February 5. The butterfly had a grand 325-mile adventure! Click on the green button for more information about the Southwest Monarch Study!

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Culture

Explore the diverse culture of the Sonoran Desert through our multiple galleries, themed museum shops, many special events and sales, or even a hearty meal in our Garden Bistro.

Experience the mystery, magic, and beauty of the Queen of the Night that happens only once a year!

The Magic of Bloom Night

The monsoon season brings local growers & plant experts with their specially-selected inventory at our annual sale.

Monsoon Madness Plant Sale

 
Get engaged with everything from Southwest crafts to culture.

Classes, Lectures & Workshops

Join us in raising awareness of the importance of the little creatures and their contribution to our local and international food economy!

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