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Signs of Spring

Welcome the coming of spring at the Botanic Garden.

What are your favorite #SignsOfSpring? Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates on the march of spring into the BioPark. We'll be watching for crocus, daffodils, tulips, wisteria, apple trees, cherries, irises, roses and much more!

Let us know what signs of spring you see at the BioPark.



April 2013 - Beautiful bouganvilla. Photo by Kelly Haller.



April 2013 - Violas. Photo by Kelly Haller.


Tulips at the Botanic Garden

April 5, 2013 - Tulips at the Botanic Garden. Tulip festivals are held around the world when springtime comes. They have been the inspiration for poems and are considered a symbol of abundance.


Signs of Spring. March 27, 2013. Photo courtesy of Amy Landers/ABQ BioPark.

March 27, 2013 - Daffodils are true heralds of spring, blooming early in the season and usually dropping before Easter. These striking yellow flowers grow from bulbs. We have enjoyed them popping up all over Tingley Beach this year.


Photo courtesy of Rachel Preston Prinz. Signs of Spring. (Shared via Facebook.)

March 22, 2013 - Black lily magnolias decorate the Japanese Garden with purple, showy flowers. Photo courtesy of Rachel Preston Prinz.


Signs of Spring - Budding trees at the Botanic Garden.

March 16, 2013 - Budding trees are certain signs of spring! What's your favorite part about this warmer weather? Here's what some of our fans said on Facebook:

  • "Having the doors and windows open."
  • "Being outdoors and sunshine!"


Crocus. Photo courtesy of Frances Richardson, Feb. 2013.

March 8, 2013 - Frances Richardson took this beautiful photo of a purple crocus a few weeks ago at the Botanic Garden.


Signs of Spring 2013

March 1, 2013 - The Bulbs in Bloom Show opens in the Mediterranean Conservatory with hundreds of colorful blooms.


Calla Lily

February 28, 2013 - A beautiful calla lily is featured as the BioPark's Photo of the Week.


Signs of Spring

February 24, 2013 - We're starting to see signs of spring, like these crocuses, at the Botanic Garden! Hellebores, species iris, winter aconite and snow drops are also blooming in the outdoor gardens.

Let us know what signs of spring you see at the BioPark.

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