Acacia Demonstration Gardens

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Some plants in the Acacia Demonstration Gardens

The Acacia Demonstration Gardens is a public park in Henderson, Nevada that features many examples of how to landscape in a dry desert climate. [1] The park was built by the Conservation District Southern Nevada in coordination with the City of Henderson. [1]

Demonstration Gardens

Official map of Acacia Demonstration Gardens
  • Allergy Friendly Garden
  • Cactus Garden
  • Compost Demonstration Area
  • Dry Wash Demonstration
  • Ethnobotanical Garden
  • Mediterranean Garden
  • Native Garden
  • Near Native Garden
  • Outside Living and Entertaining Garden
  • Small Yard Demonstration Gardens
  • Streetscape Demonstration
  • Tomi's Garden - In Memory of Nanyu Tomiyasu[ citation needed]
  • Turf Demonstration Area
  • Wildlife Friendly Garden

Other Features

Near the gardens are other park features, including:

References

  1. ^ a b City of Henderson. "Acacia Demonstration Gardens". http://www.cityofhenderson.com/parks/parks/acacia_demonstration_gardens.php, accessed 2013-06-11.


Latitude and Longitude:

36°01′49″N 115°00′55″W / 36.0304°N 115.0153°W / 36.0304; -115.0153