Gardening Tip:
Get on top of the weeds by applying a broadleaf weed killer when daytime temperatures are between 60°F and 80°F
Rebates Available!
Receive a rebate for updating your
toilet or irrigation controller.
Next Class:
Green, Healthy, Water Efficient Lawns.
May 16, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Water Saving Tip:
Save water by drinking water from the tap when possible.
It takes about 1.5 gallons of water to make a plastic bottle!

Conservation Rebates

Water conservation is one of the most efficient ways to ensure we have enough water for our growing population. To make conservation easier for homeowners Weber Basin Water provides rebates for various products that help save water.
Conservation Rebate Page

 

About the Garden

 

Weber Basin Conservancy District's Water Conservation Learning Garden was built in 2008 as a demonstration of how beautiful low water landscapes can be. The two acre Garden has over a thousand plant varieties that do well in our area. This is a great garden to peruse if you are wanting to make changes to your landscape or just want to add a few flowers here and there. Each plant, or group of plants, is labeled with a tag indicating what it is so you can find that specific plant you like at your local garden center or nursery. 

 

Visitor Information

 

The Learning Garden is open to the pubic and is free to visit. Bathroom and drinking fountains are available in the garden during the summer. 

Summer hours (April 15 to October 15): 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Winter Hours (October 15 to April 15): 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

If you would like to schedule a tour of the Learning Garden for a private group, please call 801-771-1677.

 

Plant Lists

 

The Learning Garden has thousands of different plant varieties. Below are the complete lists of plants separated by plant type. 

 

Perennials

Trees

Shrubs

Grasses

Cacti & Succulents

Vines

To find plants in a local database by color and bloom time click HERE

 

Gardening Resources

 

Gardening in Utah is different than gardening in any other state. Follow the links below for updated, reliable information about best practices for gardening where you live. 

Weber Basin's Blog

Utah State University Extension 

Localscapes

Jordan Valley Water Conservation Garden Park

 

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