BULBS AND BLOOMS

This spring, consider a visit to Red Butte Garden to see the growing display of over 450,000 blooming bulbs. The blooms begin in March with ground-covering mini-iris in various shades of blues, purples and yellows. Then in April, the show-stopping daffodils herald the arrival of spring. The Garden has over 227,000 Daffodils and 173,000 other bulbs such as allium, anemone, cyclamen, galanthus, hyacinth and more. Flowering bulbs are not the only showy display—trees and shrubs also blossom all spring throughout the Garden from serviceberry, crabapple, magnolia and flowering cherry, to pears and lilacs.

This spring marks the 30th anniversary of greeting guests at Red Butte Garden.

Did you know Red Butte Garden is on the American Daffodil Society list of approved display gardens.  With over 450,000 bulbs including 227,000 daffodil bulbs of a variety of colors, sizes, styles and scents, Red Butte Garden has the largest daffodil display and the largest naturalizing bulb display in the Intermountain West.

Make your annual spring visit to Red Butte Garden to see the spectacular Bulbs and Blooms display and visit redbuttegarden.org/red-butte-garden-daffodils for more information about garden tours, flower and art exhibits, history of the Garden and more.
Bulbs & Blooms Daffodils

RED BUTTE GARDEN GENERAL INFORMATION
Visit redbuttegarden.org or call 801-585-0556.

Admission to Red Butte Garden is free to Garden members.
U faculty/staff: $8
U students: Free with a valid UCard

General admission
Adults (ages 18-64): $10
Seniors (65+): $8
Military ID: $8
Children (ages 3-17): $6, Children (ages 2 and under): Free

  • Winter hours: Oct. 1 – March 31 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Spring hours: April 1-30 from 9 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
  • Summer hours: May 1 – Aug. 31 from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
  • Fall hours: Sept. 1-30 from  9 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Red Butte Garden is Utah’s botanical garden and arboretum. Its mission is to cultivate the human connection with the beauty of living landscapes. Through its mission it strives to create a community that understands, values, protects and is enriched by the world of plants.