Bonsai and Penjing Pavilion Open House

by Donna Tremonte
October 14, 2016

Plant Exploration in China: Travelogue Part II

by Donna Tremonte
September 22, 2015

Arboretum Inspiration: Image and Word

by Donna Tremonte
August 17, 2015

Arboretum Inspiration: Image and Word

Philip McAlary wild-geranium_dawn-redwood (180x124)

Photographs, Philip McAlary; Poetry, Holly Guran June 5-September 13, 2015 Sunday, August 2, 1-3pm, Arboretum Poetry Reading: Poems and Poets of Nature, A Reading from the Jamaica Pond Poets with Holly Guran “…Remember, whatever comes next, we have walked here.” – Excerpt “On Peter’s Hill” Guran, River Tracks, 2007 Together, poet Holly Guran and photographer […]

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From Seed to Tree

by Donna Tremonte
June 26, 2015

Behind the Scenes of the Dana Greenhouses

by Donna Tremonte
June 24, 2015

Behind the Scenes of the Dana Greenhouses

Tiffany Enzenbacher, Supervisor of Plant Production, Arnold Arboretum Sunday, June 28, 10:00-11:30am Location: Larz Anderson Bonsai Collection Tour the Dana Greenhouses with Supervisor of Plant Production Tiffany Enzenbacher. Learn how specimens at the Arnold Arboretum make their way through the production system, starting with the accessioning process, through the propagation techniques used, to growth, and […]

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Lindens in the Landscape

by Donna Tremonte
June 21, 2015

Pruning Project: Taming the Early Season Bloomers

by Donna Tremonte
June 9, 2015

Pruning Project: Taming the Early Season Bloomers

Jen Kettell

Jen Kettell, Arborist and Horticultural Educator 1 Session: Monday, June 15, 6:30–8:30pm Location: Hunnewell Building Now is the time to prune those early-blooming shrubs–once they’ve flowered–so their growth through the summer can fuel the development of next year’s buds. ISA-certified arborist Jen Kettell will focus your attention on the kinds of shrubs that should be […]

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Chasing the Red Queen: The Evolutionary Race Between Agricultural Pests and Poisons

by Donna Tremonte
June 7, 2015

Chasing the Red Queen: The Evolutionary Race Between Agricultural Pests and Poisons

Chasing the Red Queen

Andy Dyer, PhD, Associate Professor of Biology, University of South Carolina, Aiken 1 Session: Wednesday, June 10, 7:00–8:30pm Location: Hunnewell Building In Through the Looking Glass, the Red Queen tells Alice she must run as fast as she can just to stay in place. Modern agriculture, with its almost total dependence on chemical pesticides, is […]

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Opening Reception with the Artists

by Donna Tremonte
June 5, 2015

Rose Garden, spring, 1984

by Donna Tremonte
June 4, 2015

Rose Garden, spring, 1984

Rose garden 1984

Rose Garden, spring, 1984 Alternate Title: Flowering trees in the Bradley Rose Garden with piles of mulch in the beds Photograph by Gary Lee Koller (American) Eleanor Cabot Bradley Collection of Rosaceous Plants, Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, United States May 1984 A larger version of this image is available in Harvard University’s Hollis+ catalog. […]

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