News from the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Catch up on Arboretum news and other stories of interest.
Like the other organisms at the Arboretum, the Apricot tree sometimes needs additional support from gardeners who can compensate for resource deficiencies.
Explore outdoors using sight, sound, touch and scent.
The Snyder Building and Maze Garden are reopening, and we can allow more people on our grounds starting next week. (Reservations still required.)
Meanwhile, up in the prairie, things are drying out and warming up a bit – and Pasque flower has emerged and is blooming
Arboretum members save 20 percent at the Gift & Garden Store during double discount days from April 16-30.
Browse our favorite blogs and books to find inspiration for hands-on, nature play activities
A flock of dark-eyed juncos lifts from the ground into the trees, then descends again to the ground, where they scratch about in the leaf litter in search of seeds and insects.
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Repurpose an egg carton to make a scavenger hunt perfect for the season.