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Ottosen Entry Garden, Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, Arizona
Arizona
Located on over 50 acres of Papago Park in east Phoenix, Arizona, the Desert Botanical Garden is world famous for its collection of desert plants including many rare species. The Garden has daily tours and activities. It is a lovely place to visit any time of the year.
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送信日: 06/06/2011
更新日: 03/09/2014
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Tags: ottesen; entry; garden; desert; botanical; phoenix; arizona; cactus
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