A NACPEC expedition in North America: Part 2

by Jared Rubinstein, Living Collections Fellow
September 16, 2019

Teachers tackle ecology and climate change

by Ana Maria Caballero, Nature Education Specialist
September 13, 2019

A NACPEC expedition in North America

by Jared Rubinstein, Living Collections Fellow
September 9, 2019

My luck with Metasequoia

by Li Wang, Visiting Scholar
September 9, 2019

August 30 tour extravaganza at the Arboretum

by Sheryl White, Coordinator of Visitor Engagement
September 6, 2019

Engaging people with plants – PPP2019

by Alun Salt
September 5, 2019

Reasons to admire stinging insects (from afar)

by Brendan Keegan, Landscape Crew Gardener
September 3, 2019

Founding fruit

by Jonathan Damery, Associate Editor of Arnoldia
August 28, 2019

Giant resin bees, finding old friends in a New World

by Brendan Keegan, Landscape Crew Gardener
August 14, 2019

Giant resin bees, finding old friends in a New World

Female giant resin bee (Megachile sculptura)

Although most of our trees have long since bloomed, Tetradium danielli is currently exploding in color. Its multitude of beautiful white flowers in turn attract thousands of bees, explaining its common name, the “bee-bee tree.” Since Tetradium danielli is native to east Asia, the majority of the North American bees discovered its sweet nectar relatively […]

Continue reading


Shrub styles

by Jonathan Damery, Associate Editor of Arnoldia
July 31, 2019