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The 3 Most Worth Visiting Gardens in Phoenix

Sandy Casariego
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PHOENIX, AZ — Have you ever discovered beautiful gardens in Phoenix? Phoenix is not merely great with the historic charm and sports, the city also has peaceful gardens to refresh your day. These are three amazing gardens should you visit.

1. Japanese Friendship Garden

The Japanese Friendship Garden, named RoHoEn, is a joint project of Phoenix and Sister City, Himeji, Japan. It is located at 1125 N. 3rd Avenue.

"Amazing Japanese garden in the middle of downtown Phoenix. A wonderful peaceful place. I love the koi fish swimming around the pond and several waterfalls. Beautifully landscaped, of course, with plenty of trees for shade. The view is amazing, It was my first time here, and it won't last." - Enrico O. on Yelp

2. Desert Botanical Garden

In search of a stroller nice day with the family, the perfect date-night spot or a place to enjoy the local music scene? Look no further than Desert Botanical Garden.

"One of the best attractions in Phoenix. Even if you just want outing for a day, the walkabout is lovely." - A reviewer on Yelp

3. Wright In The Garden

Wright in the Garden (WITG) is an urban plant shop that sells various terrarium plants; houseplants range from low-high maintenance to low-bright light, along with cacti, air plants, and succulents to finish off your indoor/outdoor spaces in Phoenix.

"This is my escape to a garden of eve. Always leave there smiling and carrying a plant or two. They are not helping my obsession with plants. Cozy little spot tucked in a strip mall that you might overlook it driving by." - Vivi S. on Yelp

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