Arboretum

Adkins Arboretum

Published on February 9, 2015
Adkins Arboretum
Adkins Arboretum is a 400 acre native garden and preserve on Maryland's Eastern Shore dedicated to promoting the appreciation and conservation of the region's native plants. Four miles of paths along streams, through meadows and native plant gardens and under the shade of a rich bottomland forest attract nature lovers, gardeners, students and birders. The Arboretum offers programs year-round in…
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Anderson Arboretum

Published on February 9, 2015
Anderson Arboretum
The D.A. "Andy" Anderson Arboretum, originally called the Brazos County Arboretum, was founded in 1976 as part of the USA Bicentennial celebration. The College Station City Council designated that this area would be used as an arboretum, i.e., a place where trees and shrubs are cultivated for educational and scientific purposes. On 17 wooded acres bounded by the cemetery, Bee…
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Andrews Arboretum

Published on February 9, 2015
Andrews Arboretum
Today, the Andrews Arboretum provides a peaceful haven of green in the heart of the city. Thoughtfully crafted combinations of plants surround the visitor: native evergreens, cultivated shrubs, groundcovers, exotic trees and more. A stroll down the arboretum's central path provides a diverse display of plant life and a relaxing lunch at one of the quiet seating areas is a…
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Arbor Day Farm

Published on February 9, 2015
Arbor Day Farm
Explore and enjoy the 260 acres of Arbor Day Farm in Nebraska City, Nebraska -- the home of Arbor Day! The natural beauty of this National Historic Landmark makes every visit a lifelong memory. Climb a treehouse 50 feet high, taste orchard-fresh apples and seasonal produce, sip Arbor Day Farm's hand-crafted wines, and hike miles of scenic nature trails. With…
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Arboretum at Penn State

Published on February 9, 2015
Arboretum at Penn State
The Arboretum at Penn State is an outreach, teaching, and research facility dedicated to preserving the beauty and ecological functions of vegetated landscapes in an urbanizing society."
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Arboretum at PERC

Published on February 9, 2015
Arboretum at PERC
The arboretum at PERC has the largest collections of woody plants in the region with over 1,100 different taxa represented. Presently, a computerized method for collection, storage, and retrieval of information on plant performance has been implemented for all the woody plants in the arboretum.
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Arboretum of the Barnes Foundation

Published on February 9, 2015
Arboretum of the Barnes Foundation
Just eight miles from our Philadelphia campus, you’ll find the Barnes Arboretum, home to our living collection and horticulture school. From May to September, visitors are invited to explore the grounds and learn about our rare plants and breathtaking blooms. The 12-acre arboretum is astonishingly diverse for its size, with more than 2,500 varieties of woody and herbaceous plants, many…
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Arboretum Park

Published on February 9, 2015
Arboretum Park
"Arboretum Park is located adjacent to the Senior Citizens Center in downtown Eagle. Arboretum by definition is a place where many kinds of trees or shrubs are grown for study or display. The Eagle Arboretum displays various plantings including 37 varieties of trees, native plants, and a variety of roses, ground covers and perennials. Plants and trees are identified by…
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Arie den Boer Arboretum

Published on February 9, 2015
Arie den Boer Arboretum
"One of the world's largest collections of flowering crab apple trees can be found at Water Works Park. The Arie den Boer Arboretum was established in 1930 by the late Arie den Boer, a renowned horticulturist. The arboretum includes trees from many states and foreign countries, including varieties that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The Arboretum contains…
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