Clovis Botanical Garden promotes water conservation in the Central Valley by developing gardens, programs, and exhibits to inspire and educate the public.
Clovis Botanical Garden is a water-wise demonstration garden composed of beautiful plants and landscapes appropriate for the hot summers and cool winters of California’s Central Valley. Learn more
The Sensational 70 is list of seventy plants that are friendly to Central Valley landscapes. Many of these plants can be viewed as mature plantings in the Clovis Botanical Garden. Learn more
The Clovis Botanical Garden is a one-acre water-wise demonstration garden composed of beautiful plants and landscapes appropriate for the hot summers and cool winters of California’s Central Valley.
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Wednesday through Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The garden is closed Mondays & Tuesdays and select holidays. There is no admission charge (details).
945 N. Clovis Avenue, between Alluvial and Nees [map]
One of the Sensational 70, this is a deciduous shrub or tree is native to the desert from California to Texas where it grows in washes and streambeds.
One of the Sensational 70, this is a deciduous shrub or tree that is attractive year round for fall color, peeling bark and profuse bloom that lasts all summer.
The Clovis Botanical Garden grew out of an idea presented to the Clovis City Council in 1993 by Gordon Russell. By 1995 legal non-profit status was granted to the Clovis Botanical Garden Committee, Inc.
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To promote water conservation in the California Central Valley landscape though excellent gardens, exhibits and programs that educate and inspire the public.
Clovis Botanical Garden Mission