|Visit the Garden during the months of March, April and May to see 400,000 blooming bulbs. Over 215,000 daffodils and a variety of mini bulbs such as Crocus and Iris will blanket the Rose Garden ground in March giving way to daffodils and other blooming flowers in April and Crab Apple trees that blossom like pink popcorn on the branch.|
During the summer, Monday Family Nights are filled with colors, sounds, music and dance from around the world. Local Utah cultural groups with diverse backgrounds perform music and dance from their heritage while children enjoy crafts and activities associated with the different cultures. Join us for wonderful evenings and explore the diversity in our own community! Check back for specific dates and performances.
You are welcome to bring a picnic and a blanket. Performances are held in the Amphitheater (weather permitting). Please enter through the Visitor Center - Regular Garden Admission / Garden Members free.
Bring your tent, camping gear and a picnic dinner for an unbelievable summer night in the Garden! This overnight campout will include games, s'mores, a guided tour of the Garden and a late night movie. We'll also provide a scrumptious catered breakfast Saturday morning for all participants. Check the website for two dates in July and August.
Registration will begin in May.
|Join us on Winter Solstice in the Children's Garden for a festive, modern celebration of December's lesser-known holiday. Children's crafts and activities that commemorate ancient Solstice traditions are found throughout the Children’s Garden and Em's Sprout House. Activity stations are located both indoors and out so visitors can enjoy the season.|