News from the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Catch up on Arboretum news.
The Arboretum Cafe is back with a menu featuring soups, salads and sandwiches.
We need your used books, CDs and DVDs for the 31st Andersen Horticultural Libary Book Sale!
The showy lady’s slippers are blooming! It’s worth a trip – and enduring the heat – to see our state wildflower and the largest native orchid in our state.
The Arboretum grows close to 300 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds for displays and sale at the AppleHouse each fall, but first they need to be planted.
Meet the horticulturalist who tends the perennial garden, dwarf conifer garden and lily, daylily and peony collections.
Fun fact: jack-in-the-pulpit plants are either male or female, but they can change gender from year to year, apparently in response to successful or failed reproduction the prior year.
From incredible blooms to inspiring art and a day for dogs to nights for fireflies, there’s plenty of fun to find at the Arb this month.
Intense shades of coral, neon yellow and bright white glow in the forest. Azaleas are in full bloom!