Fall is in full swing and there's no better place to experience the season of change than at Red Butte Garden.
As temperatures cool, and daylight hours decrease, deciduous trees stop producing chlorophyll, revealing the anthocyanin and carotenoid pigments in the leaves and causes the beautiful show of colors we see each autumn.
This Utah native isn't difficult to spot in the mountains during this time of year.
This brilliant red shrub can be seen on the Floral Walk.
The bright yellow leaves stand out against the white bark of this tree.
Before they fall, the leaves of this Utah native change to match its branches.
While you're visiting the moose sculpture take a minute to appreciate these nearby shrubs.
This dainty grass can be admired along the boardwalk to the Visitor Center.
Before you know it winter will be here, so while the weather is nice, take some time to come up and visit the Garden.
It is the final week of Garden After Dark!
Skip the line and click HERE to purchase tickets.