Puncture vine (Tribulus terrestris) is one of the most annoying and destructive weeds in Utah. An invasive plant originally from the Mediterranean region, it produces the sharp four-pointed “goatheads” that stick in shoes and dog paws and puncture bicycle tires. It is a sprawling, prostrate plant that likes bare, open, sunny areas (such as roadsides). […]
The Utah Associated Garden Clubs
Sharing the Joy of Gardening in Utah
The Utah Associated Garden Clubs, Inc. are part of the National Garden Clubs, Inc., sharing its mission to provide education, resources, and networking opportunities for our members, and to promote the love of gardening, floral design, and civic and environmental responsibility. We currently have 11 member clubs in the state of Utah, with 333 individual members.
Come meet some of the dedicated members of the Utah garden clubs as we clean up the grounds around the Garden Center. Refreshments will be provided.
On August 3, the Park City Garden Club met at a home in Coalville. It was a great turnout and a beautiful place to spend a summer evening. The log home was originally built as a hunting lodge in 1930 and is situated along the bank of Chalk Creek, which flows into the Weber River. […]
The latest issue of the newsletter, with updates on each of the eight states in our region, as well as other interesting articles, is available to read here https://utahagc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/RMR-Rambler-2021-05.pdf
Myrtle spurge, also known as donkey’s tail or burro’s tail, is a drought-tolerant plant native to Europe and Asia Minor. It was brought to the western U.S. as an ornamental, but unfortunately it is highly invasive. When ripe, its seeds pop out of their capsules and can travel as far as 15 feet. A patch […]
This creative poster by Grant Vanten Akker was not a Rocky Mountain Region winner, but it took 1st place at the state level for Utah.
This fun entry was submitted by a student in South Dakota.
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