Sandy City's Water Conservation Education Garden is open! Monday - Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Upcoming Events

This event is SOLD OUT.

NOTE: Sego Lily Gardens will be closed to the general public from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during ticketed events.

Click on the event-time (below) that you want to attend to get your free e-ticket to one of these two events. Each event is limited to 350 guests, and EACH guest must have a ticket.

  • Gates open at 9:00 a.m. for the 10:00 a.m. release, and gates close at Noon for this release.
  • Gates open at 1:00 p.m. for the 2:00 p.m. release, and gates close at 3:00 p.m for this release.
  • The Butterfly Release will take place at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. sharp.
  • You must have your e-ticket for entry into the release, paper or e-ticket.
  • Kona Ice will not be able to attend this event 

 

 

FREE Water Audits

 To learn more about your sprinkling system and to make sure it is set properly for your landscape and soil type, call (801) 842-5091. USU Auditors will come to your home and check your sprinklers for uniform distribution and point out any adjustments that need to be made to have a more efficient system.

Sign up for a FREE Water Check

Fall Garden Fair - Sept. 16, 2017 - 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Come join us for our Annual Fall Garden Fair at Sego Lily Gardens, 1472 E Sego Lily Drive. We have vendors on a variety of water issues and other environmental topics. FREE bulbs to our first 100 Families and may educational handouts and experts to visit with. We also have Wild Wonders, an animal show for both adults and children. Hope to see you there.Rain Barrel Sales....Happening NOW......We still have barrels available - $50 each. Call (801) 568-7187 to purchase.Sign up here for Aquahawk Water Utiliy Portal **Help to control your water usage with alert settings

About us....

Sego Lily Gardens is an educational garden designed for the public to observe and learn how to use water conservation principles and practices to create a beautiful and water-wise landscape.

As you walk through the garden, please take time to read the interpretive signs and plant identification tags designed to help you learn about water conservation principles, practices and plants. Please stay on the paths and remember to leave plants and materials where they are for the enjoyment of future visitors.

This garden is funded and maintained by the Sandy City Public Utilities Department. It is Sandy City's hope that Sego Lily Gardens will provide inspiration and practical ideas that garden visitors will apply to create their own water-wise landscapes.

The Fall Fair will be held on Saturday, September 17th, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. - Noon.

History

Sego Lily Gardens is located on 2.5 acres surrounding an underground water storage tank. The water tank can hold 8 million gallons of water. Judith M. Bell, Public Utilities Director, 1995-2004, conceived the idea for the Garden and it was named after Utah's state flower, the Sego Lily. In 2004, Shane Pace, Public Utilities Director, approved a renovation and revitalization of the Garden. Sego Lily Gardens is prospering as an Outdoor Classroom in Water Conservation for Sandy City residents.

The average rainfall in Utah is approximately 13-inches per year in comparison to over 30-inches on the east coast. Since we live in a desert state, we each have to be very conscientious about how much water we use inside and outside of our homes. The good news is that conservation does not mean settling for landscape without color. Xeriscaping can be very colorful and beautiful while using water wisely as you can see here by the many examples of water wise plants at Sego Lily Gardens.

By Planning and Designing your Landscape, Improving the Soil, Selecting Proper Plants, Designing Practical Turf Areas, Irrigating Efficiently, Using Mulch and Maintaining your Landscape routinely you can have a Healthy and Pleasing Landscape. Please enjoy your visit to Sego Lily Gardens!

Sego Lily Gardens / Water Wise Landscapes Photo Album

Updated on 05/03/2016 8:45 PM

Sego Lily Garden Video