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Man Versus Frog
Santa Fe Reporter, July 2019

Santa Fe: The City Different
Love Your Parks Tour, July 2019

Lighten Up (and Bundle Up): ‘Romeo & Juliet’ from Shakespeare in the Garden
Santa Fe Reporter, June 2019

Wrong Place, Wrong Time: Verona’s Doomed Teens
Santa Fe New Mexican, May 2019

Arts and Entertainment: Top Picks for the Week
Albuquerque Journal, May 2019

Shakespeare in the Garden Returns with Romeo and Juliet
Los Alamos Monitor, May, 2019

Santa Fe Botanical Garden Welcome Visitors for Earth Day
KOB 4, April 2019

New Art Exhibition at Santa Fe Botanical Garden Features Human Nature: Explorations in Bronze
Los Alamos Daily Post, April 2019

25 Best Things to Do with Kids in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Mommy Nearest, April 2019

Santa Fe Botanical Garden to Study Climate Change with Grant
Santa Fe New Mexican, April 2019

The World’s Dreamiest Spots for Yoga
Outside Magazine, April 2019

Santa Fe Botanical Garden Receives Dancing Star Foundation Grant To Deepen And Expand Research
Los Alamos Daily Post, March 2019

Spring Guide to Santa Fe
Meow Wolf, March 2019

A Natural Beauty
Peachy the Magazine, Spring 2019

Feeling Peckish? Count the Birds
Pasatiempo, February 2019

25 Best Things to Do in New Mexico
VacataionIdea – Dream Vacation Magazine, February 2019

Santa Fe, all day
Sunshine with Savannah, January 2019

Lite Brite Nights: GLOW at the Botanical Garden
Santa Fe New Mexican, December 2018

Arts & Entertainment: Top Picks of the Week
Albuquerque Journal North, December 2018

Glow: An Artful Illumination of Nature
Inside Santa Fe, December 2018

Wilderness Acts: Art in the Land
The/Magazine, October, 2018

The ecology of Shakespeare: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Santa Fe New Mexican, August 17, 2018

Enjoying the Bard Outdoors, Santa Fe Botanical Garden hosts “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Santa Fe Arts Journal, August 13, 2018

Clayton Bass & John Andrews on Midsummer Night’s Dream @ The SF Botanical Garden, The Richard Eeds Show
KVSF 101.5 FM The Voice of Santa Fe, August 4, 2018

Pests to Blame for Naked Aspens
Santa Fe New Mexican, June 18, 2018

Six Exhibitions Recognized for Excellence by American Alliance of Museums
American Alliance of Museums, May 9, 2018

Gardens Gone Wild! Featuring Sculptures by Dan Ostermiller
Inside Santa Fe, April 22, 2018

Gardens Gone Wild Sculpture Exhibit Opens May 26
Los Alamos Daily Post, April 13, 2018

Santa Fe libraries offer pass to local museums, cultural sites
KRQE, April 18, 2018

Santa Fe: A Year Round Destination
New York Lifestyles Magazine, March 30, 2018

Thanks, Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Santa Fe New Mexican, March 3, 2018

Invaders get ax to help local wetlands
The Santa Fe New Mexican, March 1, 2018

When Flowers Aren’t Enough: 13 Festivals at Botanic Gardens
Fodors, February 5, 2018

Fun February Food Events in Santa Fe
Gourmet Girl Blog,, February 2, 2018

Santa Fe Botanical Garden: Food for Thought Series
Los Alamos Daily Post, January 27, 2018

Love is in the Air
Santa Fe VIP, January 19, 2018

10 great family-friendly New Year’s Eve parties
USA Today, December 22, 2017

Celebrating revelry, feasting, partying
Albuquerque Journal, December 22, 2017

Winter Lights
Albuquerque Journal North, December 15, 2017

SFR Picks: Glow-woah-woah
Santa Fe Reporter, December 13, 2017

8 incredible art experiences you can only have in Santa Fe, New Mexico
MATADOR network, December 11, 2017

An early glimpse of the Glow
The Santa Fe New Mexican, December 5, 2017

Cutting Cover
Santa Fe Reporter, December 5, 2017

5 Festively Original Holiday Getaways
Wall Street Journal, November 22, 2017

Best Things to Do in Santa Fe, New Mexico
CNN, September 28, 2017

Our Top Picks for Things to Do with Kids in Santa Fe, NM
Bash and Co ~ New York, September 27, 2017

“Stormy weather: “The Tempest” at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Pasatiempo, August 18, 2017

“We are Such Stuff as Dreams are Made Of”, Nagle Jackson directs Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”
Santa Fe Arts Journal, August 15, 2017

Clayton Bass (SFBG CEO) and John Andrews (The Shakespeare Guild) on Shakespeare in the Garden, The Richard Eeds Show
KVSF 101.5 FM The Voice of Santa Fe, August 2, 2017

“The Tempest”: Shakespeare in the SFe Botanical Garden
KSFR,  July 31, 2017

Inaugural Festival to Celebrate Water
Albuquerque Journal North, June 23, 2017

The Santa Fe Botanical Garden Solstice Gala & Summer Season with Clayton Bass & Liz Rees, The Richard Eeds Show
KVSF 101.5 FM The Voice of Santa Fe, June 5, 2017

A Gem of a Western Botanical Garden
Garden Musings from Memphis Area Master Gardeners, January 8, 2017

Some of the Best Displays of Christmas Lights in the West
Los Angeles Times, December 18, 2016

Kids Discover Santa Fe for FREE 2017 SPRING BREAK
Santa Fe Hometown News, December 9, 2016

Dazzling Christmas Light Displays to Visit in All 50 States
MSN, December 2, 2016

Kids Discover Santa Fe For Free During Spring Break 2017
Weekend Jaunts, December 6, 2016

7 Things to Do With Kids in Santa Fe
Metro Family, December 2016

5 Festive Reasons to Visit Santa Fe This Christmas
Metro Family, December 2016

10 Events that Will Get You in the Santa Fe Holiday Spirit
Santa Fe Tourism Blog, November, 2016

GLOW Interview
KVSF 101.5, November 29, 2016

The Christmas Lights Road Trip Through New Mexico That’s Nothing Short Of Magical
Only In Your State, November 26, 2016

Santa Fe Botanical Garden’s new expansion offers earth creations to feed your soul
Albuquerque Journal North, October 21, 2016

All Grown Up Santa Fe Botanical Garden Reveals Stunning Second Phase
Santa Fe Reporter, October 19, 2016

Santa Fe Botanical Gardens opens Ojos y Manos
Los Alamos Monitor, October 19, 2016

Leonora Curtin Wetland hosts ephemeral sculpture exhibit
Los Alamos Monitor, October 19, 2016

Artworks arise amid cottonwood and sedge in Santa Fe area preserve
Albuquerque Journal, October 17, 2016

Garden Party
New Mexico Magazine, October 2016

A Visit to the Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Garden Destinations, September 12, 2016

The Buzz
Santa Fean Now, April 4, 2016

Garden Joins Free Entrance Program
Albuquerque Journal North, July 1, 2016

72 Hours in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Gayot, July 1, 2016

Botanical bronze: At first, Bill Barrett was skeptical of sculpture in the garden, but is no more
Albuquerque Journal, June 3, 2016

Bass said some of the things that impressed him about Barrett’s work was its sense of movement or dance of the abstract figures, some of which have the feel of calligraphy, with the complex swirls and twists of intertwining bronze. […]

Where Texpats Hang Out in Santa Fe
The Dallas Morning News, April 26, 2016

How to: Experience Albuquerque & Santa Fe in One Trip (Part II)art_of_gardening_homestead_magazine
Sherman’s Travel, April 7, 2016

The Art of Gardening
Homestead Magazine, March 2016

Best Times to Visit Santa Fe
US News and World Report, March 1, 2016

Our winter lights event, GLOW, gets mention as a highlight for the winter months here in Santa Fe!

Santa Fe’s Botanical Beauty
Via Magazine, January 8, 2016

Santa Fe Botanical Garden Awarded Prestigious IMLS Grant
American Public Gardens Association, December 16, 2015

Holiday Special Recorded Live at Santa Fe Botanical Garden’s GLOW on The Garden Journal Radio Show
101.1 FM KSFR, December 12, 2015

Clayton Bass, Santa Fe Botanical Garden on GLOW 2015, The Richard Eeds Show
KVSF 101.5 FM The Voice of Santa Fe, December 11, 2015

How does your garden glow? Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Pasatiempo, December 4, 2015

Santa Fe Botanical Garden & Historic Plaza – Radiant with Lights
Chasing Santa Fe, December 3, 2015

The Big Show with Honey Harris: Clayton Bass of Santa Fe Botanical Garden talks about GLOW
KBAC 98.1 FM Radio Free Santa Fe, November 24, 2015

The Richard Eeds Show with Clayton Bass, Santa Fe Botanical Garden
KVSF 101.5 FM The Voice of Santa Fe, November 16, 2015

Clayton Bass, CEO Santa Fe Botanical Garden: Upcoming events and expansion plans on The Garden Journal Radio Show
101.1 FM KSFR, November 14, 2015

Botanical garden expansion to begin construction
Journal North, October 29, 2015

SF Botanical Garden to break ground on second expansion
The Los Alamos Monitor, October 28, 2015

Summer of Color: Santa Fe Botanical Garden, July 15, 2015

Santa Fe celebrates the Summer of Color
Santa Fe Travelers, June 11, 2015

Santa Fe Botanical Garden exhibition features works by Native Americans and other artists, May 29, 2015 

Rocky Road – SF Botanical Garden grows away from mountaintop preserve
Santa Fe Reporter, May 20, 2015

15 Experience You Can Only Have in New Mexico
Matador Network, May 18, 2015

The Last Mile
Santa Fe Reporter, May 15, 2015

Botanical garden ends guided hikes in Ortiz Mountains
The Santa Fe New Mexican, May 15, 2015

Santa Fe Summer Is Totally Technicolor, May 8, 2015

Close your eyes. Take a deep breath. Think about Santa Fe as I ask this question: What color do you see? Perhaps it’s the turquoise in a hand-crafted bracelet or the green of piñon and juniper trees or red and orange painting the sky at day’s end. Now open your eyes. Think Santa Fe again and consider this: Whatever color your mind’s eye pictures is already here. Our Summer of Color paints an unforgettable picture with color-themed exhibitions at Museum Hill’s renowned cultural institutions. […]

The Summer Looks Bright
New Mexico Magazine, April 2015

Museum Hill leads the way as Santa Fe celebrates the vibrant colors of the Southwest.

Engaging Earth Day celebrations abound in Santa Fe
The Santa Fe New Mexican, April 16, 2015

21 Best Things to Do in Santa Fe, New Mexico
VacationIdea, April 10, 2015

25 Best Botanical Gardens to Visit on Your Romantic Weekend Getaway
VacationIdea, March 30, 2015

There are few better ways to explore the beauty and diversity of the United States than a visit to a botanical garden, dedicated to preserving the nation’s most fascinating flowers, trees, insects, birds and wildlife. Plan a romantic weekend getaway to a garden near you […]

18 Reasons Why Santa Fe is a Spring Break Different, March 9, 2015

Bill Baxter, 1943-2015: History buff helped protect Cerrillos Hills and then kept its mining tales alive
The Santa Fe New Mexican, February 13, 2015

*Long time volunteer at the Ortiz Mountains Educational Preserve, Bill Baxter was a dear friend of Santa Fe Botanical Garden. (PDF)

Winter Wonderland Walk
Santa Fean, NOW, February 12, 2015 (PDF 2.7 MB)

Summer Of Color On Santa Fe’s Museum Hill
Los Alamos Daily Post, January 19, 2015

Santa Fe appears to be awash in gradations of adobe brown yet it is a city of rich colors found nowhere else – as seen by the generations of artists who’ve made this city their home. And color in its many shades and hues comes to the fore this summer when some of the city’s leading cultural institutions located on Museum Hill coordinate a series of exhibitions and events.

Traveler’s Guide to Gardens
The American Gardener, January/February 2015 (PDF 632kb)

When it comes to growing plants, Santa Fe, New Mexico, is certainly one of the more challenging environments.This region, bathed in intense sun and drying winds, receives only an average of 14 inches of rain and snow a year and can experience temperature swings of 30 to 40 degrees in the same day. Despite these formidable conditions, the Santa Fe Botanical Garden (SFBG) is flourishing on two sites and constructing a formal public garden on a third. Read the article >

Interview with Fran Cole
98.1 KBAC Radio Free Santa Fe, December 10, 2014

All the details about GLOW and Morphing Nature at the Botanical Garden at Museum Hill.

The Richard Eeds Show with Fran Cole
101.5 KVSF, November 25, 2014

KVSF 101.5 FM The Voice of Santa Fe is a 24 hour forum to engage, enlighten, discuss and inform the community about issues facing Santa Fe

Interview with CEO Clayton Bass on Living Juicy! on Santa Fe’s public radio station
101.1 FM KSFR, November 6, 2014

Come to Santa Fe for the Holidays: It’s Nothing Short of Magical
USA TODAY 10 BEST, September 29, 2014

“The Garden becomes a winter wonderland lit by thousands of lights, including LED, floodlights, kinetic lights that move rhythmically and fairy lights in plants and trees. Saturday nights bring bracing hot toddies to ward off the cold. Santa will be in attendance and there will be live music. Arrive right at opening and watch the spectacular high desert sunset that’s been drawing artists and others to Santa Fe for over 100 years. The transition from day to night will enhance your experience. If you’re lucky, it might snow, making your evening even more magical.” – Billie Frank

Photo of the Week: Origami in the Garden
Santa Fe Travelers, September 12, 2014

Santa Fe Botanical Garden’ Clayton Bass and Scott Canning
2 KASA FOX, September 11, 2014

Clayton Bass and Scott Canning talk about the Garden and the weekend’s upcoming events.

Two SFBG staff interviewed on The Garden Journal
101.1 KSFR, August 2014

Clayton Bass, Chief Executive Officer

Scott Canning, Horticulture and Special Projects Director

Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill approaches first birthday
Journal North, July 23, 2014

And since its opening, the group’s membership has ballooned from 550 in early 2013 to more than 1,745, according to that group’s newsletter. […]

Santa Fe’s Summer Cuisine Scene: New Chefs and Tailgating at its Best, June 11, 2014

Origami in metal visits the Botanical Garden on Museum Hill
Journal North, April 28, 2014

Paper Trail, Sculptor Kevin Box’s success is written in the stars
Santa Fe Reporter, April 22, 2014

Alongside Japanese honeysuckle, “Indian Magic” crabapple and beaked yucca, a new exotic species has blossomed in the Santa Fe Botanical Garden. It comes in the shape of 15 monumental sculptures by Kevin Box…

Insider Guides
Sunset Magazine, April 2014

The inviting Orchard Garden, part of of the 14-acre Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill, makes the most of local resources. Its cactus are native to the Southwest; the lush roses and fruit trees thrive on rainwater collected in Zuni-style stone bowls and stonework channels created by New Mexico craftsmen. And set among carefully chosen native and non-native plants is the sculpture Emergence by Santa Fe artist Candyce Garrett.

Santa Fe Gets Its Bloom On
New Mexico Magazine, April 2014

Winter chose to tarry the day I met Clayton Bass at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden. Swathed in sweaters, we wandered a meandering path flanked by gloriously stacked rocks, with not a single flower in sight. No matter. We gardeners possess imaginations best described as—ahem— florid. Even when the sky whispers “snow,” we dream of spring. […]

Spring to bring new art to Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Journal North, March 31, 2014

Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Road Trips for Gardeners, March 17, 2014

O’Keeffe garden planned for Museum Hill
Journal North, February 3, 2014

Georgia O’Keeffe is known for her paintings of flowers and landscapes, but many people may not know that she tended a thriving garden in her own plot in Abiquiu. An offshoot of that garden will take root in Santa Fe — but you may have to wait a few years for it to happen. The Santa Fe Botanical Garden is cooperating with the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum to take cuttings and other means of propagating plants growing in the late artist’s garden, eventually transplanting them into the Museum Hill garden in Santa Fe. […]

Winter Lights at Botanical Gardens
City Highlights, December 18, 2013

Clayton Bass from the Botanical Gardens talk about the Winter Lights Event at the Botanical Gardens this Holiday.

Arctic blast to put chill on weekend events
The Santa Fe New Mexican, December 5, 2013

Tender is the Night
Santa Fe Reporter, November 26, 2013

Winter has arrived in Santa Fe. And with it comes the parade of winter-inspired events. We are all ready for warm drinks and outdoor lighting displays around town. It’s a magical time when the imagination is given reign over the world of dreams. So it’s fitting that Santa Fe Botanical Garden invites you into the place of its dreams with GLOW, a festival of winter lights at the new grounds on Museum Hill.

Head start on Halloween
Journal North, October 27, 2013

We’re approaching that time of tricks and treats, when kids and adults dress in costumes and pretend to be someone else. The real thing is Thursday, when Halloween will bring out the ghouls and goblins. But this weekend got a head start on the activities with the Crocus Pocus Halloween event at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Saturday…

Letters to the editor, A community vision by Clayton Bass
The Santa Fe New Mexican, August 18, 2013

The new Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill was created to benefit all Santa Fe and New Mexico citizens, and our area’s many visitors. The Botanical Garden is an independent nonprofit, not a part of the four Santa Fe state museums, with a commitment to affordable admission and providing monthly Community Days that are free for New Mexico residents. The garden’s educational mission raises awareness of the many critical issues such as water conservation, climate change impact and responsible gardening practices. With its many native and traditional plants, awe-inspiring stone and metal work and breathtaking vistas, the Botanical Garden is the essence of New Mexico.

News from Santa Fe: a new garden and updates at La Fonda
The Dallas Morning News, August 16, 2013

Beargrass, spiny stars, Apache plume. The names themselves evoke striking images. They’re all native Santa Fe plants, and all growing in the new $7.5-million Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill, which opened in July. Set on 14 acres on a hillside just east of the Plaza, visitors will find the first installment of the three-phase project — the Orchard Gardens, with young apple, apricot, cherry, peach, pear and plum trees…

New Mexico road trip: Haute route
Sunset Magazine, August 2013

Botanical Garden has lots to offer, Opinion briefs
Journal North, August 7, 2013

Hundreds turn out for public opening of gardens on Museum Hill,
The Santa Fe New Mexican > or here > July 21, 2013 (PDF 34.2 kb)

The Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill opened to the public Sunday, after a gala Friday evening and a members-only opening Saturday. More than 2,000 garden-goers strolled among Juniperus scopulorum (Rocky Mountain juniper), Melampodium leucanthum (blackfoot daisy) and Cylindropuntia whipplei (snow leopard cholla) as many of the 2,000 monarch butterflies released Saturday lingered on fragrant lavender and rose shrubs.

Our View: A garden blooms on Museum Hill
The Santa Fe New Mexican Editorials > or here > (PDF 24 kb) July 18, 2013

After years of planning, the Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill opens this weekend. From tonight’s sold-out gala, the membership preview on Saturday and the public opening Sunday, there is plenty to celebrate this weekend…

First Flowering: Santa Fe Botanical Garden
The Santa Fe New Mexican, July 18, 2013

A walk through the first phase of the Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill 10 days before its grand opening was a journey of small revelations that sprang from a larger, conceptual design. Spear-leafed yucca on short, stout trunks stands guard just past the entry. A Chinese golden rain tree is in blossom among plugs of native grass. Young fruit trees rise in perfect order; various types of lavender are set out here and there. There are tea roses, cacti, and a Gambel oak, all framed in the surrounding juniper and pine. At one point, a rabbit scampers across the trail, and a covey of quail is spotted. Benches wait under welcoming ramadas. Mountains stretch off to the north and east, the valley opens up to the west. You feel as if you’ve stepped from one world into another, though you never lose sight of the world you came from. Somehow, everything fits…

In Santa Fe, a New Botanical Garden
The New York Times, July 17, 2013

Santa Fe’s appeal seems to be divided  between culture seekers and outdoors lovers, now jointly targeted by one new attraction, the Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill.

Xeric Landscapes, Works of Art
Planet Natural, July 12, 2013

Santa Fe In Bloom –  Botanical Garden opens this month
The Santa Fe New Mexican, July 6, 2013 (PDF 14 kb)

Kids learn to find math in art, nature at Community Gallery
The Santa Fe New Mexican, June 29, 2013: (PDF 28 kb)

Young mathematicians learned about the Fibonnaci sequence, a mathematical pattern on which a number of naturally occurring shapes are based, during a special event for kids Saturday at the Santa Fe Community Gallery, 201 W. Marcy Street. With the help of Mollie Parsons, the new education director for the Santa Fe Botanical Garden, toddlers and teenagers found the mathematical pattern in seashells, asparagus, cauliflower and roses. See some pictures from the workshop on our Facebook page >

Regional Happenings
The American Gardener, May/June 2013 (PDF 248 kb)

Strolling troubadours, mariachi music, and sangria will add to the festivities at the gala opening night reception on July 19 for the Santa Fe Botanical Garden (SFBG) at Museum Hill. A members-only day will follow on July 20, with the garden opening to the public on July 21. The Botanical Garden at Museum Hill, which is being completed in stages, supplements the garden’s existing facilities, including the Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve, a 35-acre marsh south of Santa Fe, and the Ortiz Mountains Educational Preserve, a 1,350-acre site 30 miles southwest of Santa Fe.

Santa Fe Botanical Garden Grand Opening
 in July, May 6, 2013

Santa Fe Botanical Garden Announces Grand Opening in July of 2013
PRWEB.COM Newswire, April 24, 2013

Botanical Garden gets ax again
Albuquerque Journal, April 10, 2013 (PDF 23.7kb)

Governor again vetoes Botanical Garden funds
Albuquerque Journal, April 6, 2013 (PDF 27.8kb)

Gov. Susana Martinez still doesn’t like using state dollars f or the Santa Fe Botanical Garden. For the second year in a row, she cut state money f or the park being developed on Santa Fe’s Museum Hill f rom the capital outlay bill approved by the Legislature.

New CEO Brings 20 Years of Experience
Journal Santa Fe, February 7, 2013 (PDF 295kb)

Named the garden’s chief executive officer, Bass brings 20 years of experience in the nonprofit museum sector, specializing in development and management. He worked for the renowned Alexander Haas Fundraising Consultants of Atlanta. The company played a major role in the New Mexico History Museum campaign. Bass was also president, CEO and capital campaign director of Alabama’s Huntsville Museum of Art, where he led a $10 million expansion campaign. He also has helmed arts institutions in Ocean Springs, Miss., and at Atlanta’s Emory Museum.
In true Santa Fe style, Bass is also a painter and a sculptor.

You Call This Pork?
Santa Fe Reporter, December 5, 2012

Santa Fe Botanical Garden goes forward with construction of the botanical garden at Museum Hill, despite Governor Susana Martinez’s veto of state funding.  Opening in July 2013, the botanical garden will enrich the Santa Fe community with a beautiful and ecologically responsible garden while providing educational programs on proper garden maintenance and sustainable management practices.

A garden is born in Santa Fe, October 1, 2012

A builder of bridges
The Santa Fe New Mexican, September 18, 2012

Peter Brill, owner of PBI Construction Consulting, inspects the progress of the new 13-acre garden at Museum Hill. Santa Fe Botanical Garden hired PBI to oversee the project.

Grass Identification Workshop
Santa Fe Master Gardener Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 9, September 2012 (PDF 434 kb)

On August 25 at the Leonora Curtain Wetland Preserve south of Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Botanical Garden presented a half-day workshop on How to Identify Grasses. For some of us, this was an eye-opening introduction to the large and diverse grass family (Poaceae).

Work begins on botanical garden’s outdoor gallery
The Santa Fe New Mexican, July 18, 2012

The Santa Fe Botanical Garden broke ground last week on its new garden planned at Museum Hill.

Although the project actually began earlier this year with installation of a bridge across an arroyo, which will connect different sections of the garden, this “is the beginning of the construction of the garden, and this is the time when actual elements of the garden are going to be installed,” said Linda Milbourn, managing director of the Santa Fe Botanical Garden.

Inspiration in bloom on garden tours
The Santa Fe New Mexican, June 1, 2012

Santa Fe Botanical Garden’s 17th annual Garden Tours will kick off Sunday. They will take place over the next two Sundays and highlight different gardens in Santa Fe’s east side.

Gardens of earthly delights
Pasatiempo, June 1, 2012 (PDF 556 kb)

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