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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Come tour Red Hills Desert Garden with Moody Blooms. Learn desert plant and cactus names. 0:22 CACTUS 6:32 AGAVE PLANTS 8:48 SAGE PLANTS 21:25 YUCCA 21:51 DINOSAURS Utah’s first desert conservation garden. The nearly 4.5-acre garden features 5,000 water-efficient plants, a 1,150-foot stream stocked with native and endangered fish species, a replica slot canyon and prehistoric dinosaur tracks found onsite dating back 200 million years. The project is a collaboration of Washington County Water Conservancy District, City of St. George and Virgin River Program. Thousands have visited the garden since its spring 2015 opening. Located at 375 E. Red Hills Parkway, St. George, UT 84770 The garden, which features more than 5,000 water-efficient plants, uses an average of five million gallons of water less per year than a similar sized turf landscape. That’s enough water to support 50 average American homes for a year. Additional information can be found at SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: Facebook: Website: Pinterest: Business Inquiries: My favorite moisture meter! Takes the guesswork out of when to water: Succulent fertilizer (plant food): Succulent potting soil: Perlite: Rooting hormone: My absolute favorite misting spray water: Aluminum trays for easily propagating leaves: Perlite: Extra long Tweezers for removing dead leaves: FAVORITE Mealy bug killer: Sprayer for administering mealy bug killer or for watering: Support Moody Blooms by using the affiliate links to shop. We receive a small commission (at no extra cost to you) so we can continue to create helpful free content. Thank you, we appreciate it! Video Rating: / 5


  • Garden Chronicles of James David 3 weeks ago

    WOW! Such a huge garden..
    So many varieties of bunny ears..
    I used to have these bunny ears before and they all had rotten away due to too much wet & humidity in my garden. Guess I can enjoy looking at them in your videos. LOL!

  • Bits of Real Panther 3 weeks ago

    I went ahead and gave this guy a full spin and like #42, Mary Ellen. Anyway, I hope your weekend is treating you absolutely beautifully!

  • George Tsiplakis 3 weeks ago

    Great Garden and very interesting your video and presentation of Cactus, my friend Mary Ellen, i really like very much !!

    Have a good evening and a lovelly weekend with all the BEST to you!!

    Pls stay safe and healthy and stay connected!! Hugs, George + like 41

  • ElvisCorvette Slots 3 weeks ago

    The desert is such a lovely place. I love playing desert golf course. Great video and a big thumbs up my friend.

  • Travels With Phillip 3 weeks ago

    lovely garden with wonderful plants, nice tour, happy weekend liked

  • Beth Adair 3 weeks ago

    St. George looks so gorgeous! What a great place to visit.

  • esanhand 3 weeks ago

    Awesome plants,like

  • Ernest Kwok 3 weeks ago

    Hi Mary, cool place…I've never seen so many different species of cacti! nice viewing area to watch the fish and amazing desert trail too. Thanks for sharing, my best to you!

  • Beth Adair 3 weeks ago

    I am a cactus lover! My personal favorite is the prickly pear.

  • Carl The Brit in The Philippines 3 weeks ago

    Great video my friend, i always found it amazing just how many species of Cactus there are in the World, i believe there are over 2000 of them.. Thanks for this share, it was a good one… Carl

  • SelfishWithShellfish 252 3 weeks ago

    I've always wanted to visit the southwest, the ecosystem is worlds apart from the central east coast where I live. I love the ocean too much to live in the desert haha but a vacation out there would be awesome. The plant life out there is gorgeous

  • FOOD PEOPLE 3 weeks ago

    Nice video friend please sube my channel

  • Avant-Gardening Studios 3 weeks ago

    Wonderful tour and so nice to see what the blooms like too. Thanks for sharing.

  • Gardening With Pleasure 3 weeks ago

    Fantastic garden and nice upload dear

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