As spring rolls on, one color starts to fade and another one quickly takes its place. Our early, and mid season daffodils are slowly descending from their peak bloom and the late season daffodils are in full swing. Be sure not to miss the miniature varieties on the upper Floral Walk and the new additions around the Rose House.
Bittern Daffodil Narcissus 'Bittern'
Look for this little guy at the bottom of the Floral Walk
Flowering Quince Chaenomeles speciosa 'Toyo Nishiki'
While you're near the Rose Garden don't miss this guy in the Ring Garden.
Princess Kay Flowering Plum Prunus nigra 'Princess Kay'
This double flower plum can be found in the Rose Garden.
Red Spire Flowering Pear Pyrus calleryana 'Red Spire'
Formerly in the old Amphitheatre, this tree can be found growing in the lawn near the Shoreline Trail.
Deseret Milkvetch Astragalus desereticus
Our Conservation Department is having success with this native milkvetch.
Remember, as the weather warms, animals awaken. Make sure to watch where you step in our Natural Area, rattlesnake season is just around the corner.