Although it looks like winter outside today, the calendar tells us it is Spring. Once it warms up a bit, come take a stroll and see these beauties.
You won't be able to overlook this pink beauty in the Courtyard Garden.
If you don't make it to the Rose Garden, you're going to miss this stunning display. Our horticulturists have been training this Flowering Quince to grow up the wall in the Ring Garden.
In the raised bed along the east side of the Medicinal Garden, look for these cute show-stoppers.
A relatively unknown native, Trailing Fleabane makes a great lawn replacement. You can find this water-wise perennial near the eastern most steps in the parking lot, or near Hobb's Wayside in the Children's Garden.
If you haven't seen this one yet, you must be at the wrong botanical garden. Windflowers are scattered all around Red Butte Garden, but the majority can be found along the Floral Walk and near the Water Pavilion Garden.
This close cousin of our native Creeping Oregon Grape (Mahonia repens) can be distinguished by its taller, bushier stature, and glossier leaves that have two to four more leaflets.
You can find this tiny, cushion-forming native on the east side of the path from the pond, in the Water Conservation Garden.
After you find the Phlox, if you continue up the path to the Gravel Garden, you'll run into this handsome spring-blooming Fumewort.
You haven't missed the Daffodils! Despite the rain and snow, they are looking fantastic and you still have time to catch them at their peak.