Clovis Botanical Garden
Our mission is to promote water conservation in the California Central Valley landscape through excellent gardens, exhibits, and programs that educate and inspire the public.
The Children’s Garden
The Children’s Garden offers opportunities for children to learn about plants. Educational displays are posted throughout the area to provide information about the plant life cycle, animals, insects, and how they interact.
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Nice collection of plants suited for this area
They have a good collection of trees, shrubs, cacti suited for this area's climate. The volunteers do a great job in keeping this gem well maintained.
Quiet and smells delicious!
I love this place. I can go spend some quiet time there and take in all the scents from the flowers and trees. It's a truly beautiful place to visit.
Always beautiful and peaceful place to relax
Always beautiful. Changing with the seasons and periodic new plantings keep each visit interesting. New areas being created welcome children to learn about plants and nature, and offer everyone a peaceful place to relax . . . . Visitor supported, please help
Fun for kids!
A beautiful and fun place for kids! Nice and clean.
Can't wait for spring!
Beautiful garden in the spring 😍
Hold your event at
Clovis Botanical Garden
The perfect place for a large event
We host life’s most special celebrations! Including parties, luncheons, teas, birthdays, anniversaries, memorials, baptisms, fundraisers, receptions, reunions, concerts, and work picnics. And we’d love to host your next function.
How You Can Help
The Garden is a registered nonprofit developed, managed, and operated by volunteers for the benefit of the community.
The Garden needs your donation to maintain and upgrade the garden and its facilities.
Become a Member
With your support through membership dues, we can continue to develop the garden and its services.
Without dedicated volunteers giving freely of their time and talents, the Clovis Botanical Garden would not exist.
Supporting the garden will ensure its preservation
With your support, we can continue to develop the garden and its services. The garden is a registered nonprofit developed, managed, and operated solely by volunteers.
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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.
Lagerstroemia indica “Muskogee” Crape Myrtle
The Crape Myrtle is a deciduous shrub or tree that is attractive year-round for fall color, peeling bark, and profuse bloom that lasts all summer.
Salvia “Indigo Spires”
This is a shrubby, perennial variety of Salvia that reaches 3 to 4 feet tall and wide. It’s one of our top three in the Sensational 70.