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Workshop participants drawn to the Arboretum

by Sheryl White, Coordinator of Visitor Engagement
July 16, 2019

Workshop participants drawn to the Arboretum

Participant in Paul Olson drawing workshop

What do Magnolia x soulangiana ‘Candolleana’, Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Arnold Promise’, and Cedrus deodara ‘Shalimar’ have in common? Besides sharing the landscape in front of the Arboretum’s Hunnewell Building, all were the objects of attention this past Saturday in a two-hour drawing workshop. Exhibiting artist Paul Olson led an overflow group of excited and budding […]

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by Lauren Bennett for the Jamaica Plain Gazette
July 15, 2019

A tale of two Cornus collections

by Debbie Merriam, Director of the Wakefield Arboretum
June 20, 2019

A pastoral romance

by Colleen Walsh for the Harvard Gazette
June 19, 2019

Rainy days and Tuesdays

by Lee Buttala for the Berkshire Edge
June 17, 2019

Notes from the field – a Japanese maple in May

by Michael Dosmann, Keeper of the Living Collections
June 10, 2019

Notes from the field – a Japanese maple in May

Several mature Acer pycnanthum (left side) growing among other broadleaved trees in Sendanbayashi – note the grayish-green leaves

Most of the temperate trees and shrubs that grow in the Arnold Arboretum’s living collections ripen their fruits in late summer or autumn. As a result, expeditions to wild places to collect seed take place around the same time. Unfortunately, this means our collections may lack species whose fruits are ripe for the picking much […]

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A truth universally acknowledged

by Sheryl White, Coordinator of Visitor Engagement
June 8, 2019

Flowering time in Viburnum

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
June 7, 2019

The buzz on bees

by Brendan Keegan, Arboretum Gardener
June 4, 2019

Songwriter carries more than one tune

by Deborah Blackwell, Marketing & Communications Specialist
May 14, 2019

‘Pride and Prejudice’ coming to the Arnold Arboretum

by Deborah Blackwell, Marketing & Communications Specialist
May 13, 2019

Predicting early spring budburst with genetics against a climate change backdrop

by phys.org/The University of Montreal
May 8, 2019