In case you missed the announcement, Red Butte Garden has a fantastic Lego® display this year called Nature Connects. The sculptures of artist Sean Kenney can be found all throughout the Garden.
Imagine having a live mantis friend this large in your garden to help catch pesky gophers.
The large flowers on this cactus are a magnet for native bees.
You can find this Utah native growing on the Sprout House Roof.
This late-blooming Lilac will knock your socks off with its beatiful white flowers and delicate exfoliating bark.
The Four Seasons Garden is the home of this beauty.
The fruit on this Serviceberry has a taste similar to blueberries.
These Serviceberries line the Floral Walk just below the Rain Bird sculpture.
This gardener is dedicated to planting and remains in the Garden 24 hours a day.
Plant this Utah native to attract Monarch Butterflies to your garden.
This perennial can be found in the Children's Garden, Floral Walk, and Water Conservation Garden.
This pink-flowered Utah native thrives in damp, organic soils.
Look for this stunner in the Medicinal Garden and Water Conservation Garden.
Five-petaled white flowers are followed by these delicate, feathery fruits.
Another Utah native you can find in the Children's Garden and Water Conservation Garden.
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.