Sedona’s Botanical Garden offers a quiet space (.28 acres) to view native plants, trees and shrubs, amidst the hussle and bussle of West Sedona. Local citizens and various organizations generously donated the plants that fill this garden. While strolling through the garden, be sure to take time to read our plant identification signs. This park also features life like sculptures of javelina, coyotes, rabbits, and birds created by local artists. And don't miss sitting under the hidden arbor built by Gardens for Humanity, and gazing upon the tile mosaic constructed to look like a small pool . You will love this quaint and beautiful garden space!