Added by on 2018-01-23

Watch this video for our 22-minute journey through the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix Arizona – a beautiful and diverse botanical treasure. When we travel in our RV through Arizona, we enjoy seeing the wonders of the Sonoran Desert. The Desert Botanic Garden is a perfect place to get up close to many of the plants that are seen throughout the southwest and other desert regions. It contains tens of thousands of plants. It’s a great place to learn about what lives and grows in the desert while enjoying a pleasant walk. Our Amazon link: (Your shopping helps us a little, at no cost to you) Get WildOnTheGo Patreon Extras: CONNECT with us – to keep in touch: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Email: Our current postal MAILING ADDRESS: See our CAMERA GEAR video for info on some of the gear we use: THANKS for watching, liking, commenting, sharing, and subscribing. Music credit: “Wings” by Nicolai Heidlas WildOnTheGo is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Video Rating: / 5 This is our first video, in our back yard! Give it a few minutes, if you will, as we get our sea legs. Watch us get better in future videos featuring our chickens, a tour of our front yard, etc. Check out what we are up to in an 8a/7b garden in central Arizona. Please leave comments or suggestions! Thanks! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsExploring The Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix Arizona 2017 VlogA Wedding in the Desert Botanical Gardens | Phoenix, Arizona by Love My Life PhotographyDesert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, AZUpdate for my Low Desert Garden […]

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  • Hung Le 8 months ago

    You two inspire me to go on an everlasting journey. We are still young and still working for society but we dare to dream! This makes me excited to age with my ole lady and travel indefinitely. Thanks for sharing.

  • Steve Blanck 8 months ago

    Not even angry bee see red?  This was a great tour!

  • Carol Collins 8 months ago

    This is so cool. I love the different plants & insects you’ve shown. I love seeing places where you two are able to go and I probably never will.

  • JimmypRC 8 months ago

    I was there in May. It’s a wonderful place.

  • The RvPlanet 8 months ago

    That’s a great travel spot , wow thx for the video

  • Steve Kunz 8 months ago

    Just what I needed on this snowy winter day, I feel warmer already! Happy trails 🙂

  • Cindy & Darryl H 8 months ago

    Thanks for sharing. Great job on the video. This place is a bucket list must see.

  • carla lively 8 months ago

    Very interesting video.

  • Tomorrow's Journey 8 months ago

    Hi, which camera were you using to do the long zoom shot of the butterflies?

  • Barbara Bailey 8 months ago

    Such beauty! Thank you for sharing!!

  • Michael Kremer 8 months ago

    AWESOME!!! garden. Definitely Mickey mouse and cool fence. Thanks for the tour.

  • Joe Allen 8 months ago

    What a wonderful world we live in. Yes, even the desert has it's beauty! Thanks for sharing!

  • Lisa Smith 8 months ago

    I guess you have to be there. I just don't see the dessert and its plants as beautiful.

  • Jeannette Fairchild 8 months ago

    You guys did a fantastic job of filming the garden. I've been twice and the spring really is a better time to catch the flowers and butterflies.

  • Jean Decker 8 months ago

    Wonderful tour.

  • Styx62 Ga 8 months ago

    You have a beautiful yard

  • Angela Brooks, Green Garden Chick 8 months ago

    Hi There, Green Garden Chick Here, I was wondering if you were interested in hosting a group of Sisters in the Garden for a tour?

  • Tiffany Patton 8 months ago

    Thanks you for the video. I am in show low and am working out what might grow here 🙂 and design for permaculture 🙂

  • michael gehlen 8 months ago

    Nice start on your backyard forest. Any plans for a fish pond or aqauponic system? what part of Arizona?