ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden

Headlined by a 10,000 ft² conservatory, the ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden cultivates a collection of plants native to the Southwest. Opened in 1996, the 36-acre garden is part of the wider BioPark site in Albuquerque.

The conservatory encompasses two main zones. The first showcases plants that grow in Mediterranean climates worldwide, including olive trees and myrtles. The second zone displays a xeriscape featuring plants from the deserts of North America.

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