Yes, there are a lot of acorns on the ground this season. Here’s why.

by Steve Annear for the Boston Globe
October 4, 2019

Remembering the trees we grew up with, and the ones we lost

by Rebecca Pacheco for The Boston Globe
April 24, 2019

How to go forest bathing

by Kristi Palma for
April 18, 2019

In deep winter, trees keep on giving

by Renee Loth for The Boston Globe
January 2, 2019

Arnold Arboretum researchers identify new hemlock species

by Laney Ruckstuhl for The Boston Globe
March 26, 2018

Amnesty for plants

by Peter Del Tredici for The Boston Globe
November 6, 2017

The Arnold Arboretum’s love affair with lilacs returns

by Mayeesha Galiba for The Boston Globe
May 8, 2017

What a year with a single tree reveals about climate change

by Jon Hetman, Director of External Relations & Communications
May 2, 2017

New truffle species discovered at the Arnold Aboretum

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
June 24, 2016

New truffle species discovered at the Arnold Aboretum

Rosanne Healy

In a newly published study, Rosanne Healy (2013 Sargent Award recipient) and colleagues detected eight truffle species (genus Tuber), including a brand new species previously unknown to science, in the root communities of some of our trees. To honor the location of its discovery, the truffle has been named Tuber arnoldianum. abstract» Read more in the Boston Globe.

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