Conservation

Clovis Botanical Garden is a water-wise demonstration garden composed of beautiful plants that thrive in the hot summers and cool winters of California’s Central Valley.

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Clovis Botanical Garden Mission Statement:

To promote water conservation in the California Central Valley landscape through excellent gardens, exhibits and programs that educate and inspire the public.

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desert-willow

Chilopsis linearis “Burgundry” Desert Willow

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.

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crape-myrtle

Lagerstroemia indica “Muskogee” Crape Myrtle

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.

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indigo-spires

Salvia “Indigo Spires”

One of the Sensational 70, this is a shrubby, perennial variety of Salvia that reaches 3 to 4 feet tall and wide.

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