Today is Pioneer Day in Utah and Red Butte Garden is a great stop to add to your list of places to celebrate. The weather has been mild and the flowers abundant and there is still plenty of time to come enjoy a ZAP free day at the Garden.
What do fireworks and flowers have in common? Bright beautiful colors! Come see our dazzling show of coloration the way nature intended, and prepare to be mesmerized!
Happy National Pollinator Week!
Most people know that bees are pollinators, but did you know that other animals pollinate our flowers as well? Take a look at these photos of different animals found at Red Butte Garden pollinating our flowers.
Moths and Butterflies
The Garden is bursting at the seams with flowers blooming everywhere you look, so it's pretty easy to overlook some unique plants.
The hills of the Natural Area are alive with sight of beautiful native blooms! From the Oak Tunnel to the peak of the Bennett Vista trail there are a profusion of flowers to delight your senses or inspire your own native garden.
Spring is back and she is putting on a beautiful display throughout the Garden! While we couldn't hazard a guess at how long this particular spring will last, it is well worth a visit while it's here.
Just as temperatures started feeling as if we could plant our vegetable gardens, a storm swept through the valley and blanketed our blossoms with a couple inches of snow.
As the lovely spring-like weather continues, so does the procession of blooms throughout the Garden. The birds and bees are abuzz with excitement and adding to the lively atmosphere you can find at Red Butte Garden today.