Roads, spring, Hemlock Hill Road, 1940

by Larissa Glasser, Library Assistant
June 7, 2019

Roads, spring, Hemlock Hill Road, 1940

Roads, spring, Hemlock Hill Road, 1940

Roads, spring, Hemlock Hill Road, 1940 Alternate Title: Mountain laurels (Kalmia latifolia) in bloom beside Hemlock Hill Road Photographer unknown Hemlock Hill Road, Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, United States June 1940 A larger version of this image is available in HOLLIS Images. Mountain laurel is a large evergreen flowering shrub native to the eastern […]

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The buzz on bees

by Brendan Keegan, Arboretum Gardener
June 4, 2019

Killer magnolias

by William (Ned) Friedman, Director of the Arnold Arboretum
July 20, 2018

Tiny house, invertebrate style

by Brendan Keegan, Landscape Crew Gardener
January 8, 2018

The Tree Formerly Known As Sophora

by Nancy Rose
August 21, 2017

Tree Mob™! Pollinators Present

by Pam Thompson, Manager of Adult Education
July 20, 2016

Tree Mob™! Pollinators Present

Bumble bee by Callin Switzer

Pollinators Present Pollinators are necessary for around 1/3 of the food that humans eat. Over 300,000 species of plants rely on animals for pollination services. Pollinators come in many sizes and shapes — birds, bats, moths, butterflies, flies, and of course, bees. During this tree mob with researcher Callin Switzer, who studies interactions between plants and pollinators, […]

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What’s Bugging You?

by Nancy Rose
April 12, 2016

What an Early Spring Means For Our Plants

by Jon Hetman, Director of External Relations & Communications
March 10, 2016

Head banging bees

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
December 15, 2015