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Chihuahuan Desert Gardens
500 W University Ave

The Chihuahuan Desert Gardens (CDG) display the flora of the Chihuahuan Desert and adjacent regions in the United States and Mexico. The Gardens were formally dedicated in September 1999 and contain over 625 different species of plants, comprising one of the largest captive assemblages of Chihuahuan Desert flora in the world. Current lists of plants and guides to the Gardens in English or Spanish are available from the reception desk at the Museum. The Chihuahuan Desert Gardens are open daily, from dawn to dusk, without admission charge.

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