Submitted: July 2, 2020, noon
It's summer, it's about to be a holiday weekend, and the Garden is open to the public... Time to social distance in the Garden!
Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa
A unique Milkweed with it's orange colored flowers.
Fendler's Sundrops Calylophus hartwegii ssp. fendleri
The flowers appear for one day, but the plant continues to produce new blooms. They open at night and start fading the next day.
Red Osier Dogwood Cornus sericea
The fruits of this Utah native shrub are attractive to birds.
Daylily Hemerocallis 'Mean Mr. Mustard'
Just one of our many gorgeous Daylily cultivars. You'll have to visit to see the others!
Smooth Hydrangea Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'
This cultivar displays much larger blooms than the straight species.
Desert Four O'Clock Mirablis multiflora
This Utah native makes for a beautiful groundcover.
Blue Spruce Stonecrop Sedum reflexum
This is a vigorous Stonecrop that does well in hot sunny spots.
We hope to see you at a distance soon!
Photos by Jason W. Baker