As winter creeps closer and closer, the plants in the Garden are going deeper and deeper into dormancy.
The fruits of this Asian barberry, hang on the branches long into winter and provide food for hungry birds.
Although evergreen, this barberry - like all evergreens - loses a portion of its leaves each year, but before doing so, they put on quite the show.
These leaves are deep maroon all summer, but before they fall, turn shades of red and orange.
The bitter fruits of this cold hardy citrus are often made into marmalade, and the rind can be candied.
This Utah native can be found growing around the Water Pavilion pond.
Winter will be here before you know it, so while the weather is still nice, take some time to walk around the Garden before everything is under a blanket of snow.