It's already August, but don't worry... There's still sum-mer-time left! Following is a hint of what's happening in the Rose Garden.
This Daylily, named after the late Don Sudbury, who along with his wife Beverly, helped create the Volunteer Program here at Red Butte Garden over 30 years ago.
Named after the late Beverly Sudbury. The Sudbury Daylilies can be seen next to the benches dedicated to the Sudbury couple.
These vibrant flowers bloom from late summer until frost.
If you are a Hydrangea fan, now is their time to shine! Showy white blooms stand out on this vigorous, upright, and fast growing cultivar.
As it's name suggests, the leaves of this Hydrangea resemble that of an Oaks. The white flowers turn from white to purplish-pink with maturity.
This Rose is lightly fragranced and a prolific bloomer from summer into fall.
The Garden is a blooming place right now. Don't run out of summertime without visiting!