Happy Friday the 13th! And what better way to celebrate, than to spend the day at the Garden. Even though many early Summer bloomers have come and gone, you can still find more than a Baker's Dozen blooms everywhere you look.
The only place to find this golden beauty is along the wooden Orangerie boardwalk.
This large-flowered Utah native is very water-wise. Look for it in the Water Conservation and Children's Gardens.
To find this flavescent shrub, you'll need to make your way to the top of the Water Conservation Garden.
This Foxglove has naturalized itself in areas adjacent to the upper Floral Walk.
All cultivars of Rose of Sharon are blooming throughout the Garden. Blue Satin can be found at the entrance to the Water Conservation Garden.
A lover of shade, this Hydrangea can be found at the entrance to Fern Gully.
Native to the central United States, this large-flowered evening primrose grows in front of the Visitor Center, along the Great Wall, and in the Water Conservation Garden.
In the Water Conservation Garden, the succulent, sausage-like leaves give rise to delicate, pink, nickel-sized flowers.
This fantastic groundcover is drought tolerant, deer resistant, and attracts butterflies and bees.
As you enter the Courtyard, look for this Black Eyed Susan planted next to the towering Weeping Spruce.
Although it's just an annual, it is planted every year throughout the Fragrance Garden meadow.
If you're not looking close, you might miss it. This ground-hugging Thyme is growing in the Herb Garden.
This water-wise, long-blooming Utah native will attract hummingbirds to your garden all summer long.
Time is counting down! Our Nature Connects Lego® exhibit won't be here forever. Come see it before September 16th.
Don't forget to bring your tablet or smartphone on your next visit, because we have a great Lego® themed game for kids (and adults) to play as you explore the Garden.
Click HERE to find out how to download and play.