The garden is home to many native and wild species of flowering plants, and the colours and scents you find there are constantly changing throughout the growing season. We encourage our visitors to follow the short gravel path through the garden to have a closer look at the flowers and the activity they create. As I noticed today, the garden is a very popular place with many important insect pollinators, a few of which you'll see in the photos below.
These are just a sampling of what's currently flowering in the garden. Why not come down to the Centre and check out the garden for yourself?
As always, click on the photos to see larger versions:
Fleabane and Harebell
Goldenrod and Police Car Moth
Monarda (Bergamot) and bee
Prickly Pear Cactus (not technically in the wildflower garden -- closer to the building -- but definitely worth a look when they're in flower)