|Queen butterfly on Milkweed||Desert wild cotton – Gossipium thurberi|
Each of the five sub-gardens spotlights the seasonal adaptations of native plants active during that time of year. Throughout the Garden are plantings of ironwood, desert willow and ocotillo. A tin-roofed ramada provides shade for visitors and an intriguing cactus courtyard provides a new entry to the Park itself.
The Sonoran Seasons Garden is also a comfortable destination for those with limited time or mobility, allowing visitors to experience the essence of the Park just a short walk from Admissions.