Of the Utah Botanical Center and the Ogden Botanical Gardens

725 Sego Lily Drive, Kaysville, UT
Sprawled across 100 acres, the Utah Botanical Center is the place to enjoy the beauty of nature, learn how to protect the environment and follow sustainable practices. Visit the center to participate in fun hands-on activities, enjoy beautiful surroundings and discover ways to manage resources wisely. Located just off I-15 in Kaysville, the Utah Botanical Center boasts the lush Rasmussen Teaching Garden, the sustainable Utah House, as well as ponds where visitors can fish and spot wildlife. In addition, there are trails to hike or bike and the arboretum with over 100 species of trees. The goals of the UBC is to educate Utah residents on critical environmental issues, such as a growing population and scarce water supplies, reduced public open space, and a steady decrease of resource base for native plants, wildlife and wetlands.
1750 Monroe Blvd., Ogden, UT
Founded in 1994, the Ogden Botanical Gardens occupy 11 acres along the scenic Ogden River. The public garden features rose, cottage, four-seasons and demonstration gardens. It is home to a variety of species, such as perennials, annuals and trees that offer a beautiful setting for a solitary stroll, lunch, picnic, family event, wedding reception or photography session. The Ogden Botanical Gardens inspire the visitors with the great selection of plants, cultural practices, classes, events and environmentally sound activities.
Members should pay $35 annual fee and are eligible for:

  • • discounts on all public classes held at both gardens;
  • • 20% discount on plants;
  • • entry to "Friends Only" plant sales;
  • • 10% discount on products offered for sale at both gardens;
  • • our monthly, e-mailed "Garden View" newsletter;
  • • invitations to “Friends Only” tours of gardens, wildflower walks and other events;
  • • support to a variety of green places that inspire beautiful and sustainable living.