Arboretum News

Arb Links, vol. 22

Read about the Arboretum in the news.

COVID-19 Update: The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is open in a limited capacity. Find updates and information here.

Wilson Rose Garden on June 21. Photo by Richard Bachrach.

Read about the Arboretum in the news:

Chanhassen City Council approves regional trail funds, despite jump in cost — this is for a bike trail that will connect with the Arboretum. (Southwest News Media, June 15)

Arboretum vies again for Best Botanical Garden. (Southwest News Media, June 23)

-Summer wildflowers are about to bloom across the southwest metro. (Southwest News Media, June 25)

10 Minnesota Gardens for a Restorative Visit — Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is featured. (Mpls. St. Paul Magazine, June 17)

-Matt Clark is named Minnesota Landscape Arboretum research director. (Southwest News Media, June 23)

Arboretum hosts weekly story time and crafts for children. (Minnesota Monthly, June 17)

Grow with KARE: Jumping Worms. (KARE-11, June 19)

Grow with KARE: Our Favorite Hedges (KARE-11, June 13)

The Hybrid Grapes creating a New Future for Rose — mentions grapes developed at the Horticultural Research Center. (Wine Enthusiast, June 16)

Being out in nature does a body (and a brain) good. (Star Tribune, June 22)

Summer Guide 2020: Hiking — Arboretum is included. (City Pages, June 23)

It’s National Pollinators Week! Photo by Richard Bachrach.

Stories of interest from our University of Minnesota partners:

Minnesota Plant Webinar Series. (Yard and Garden News, June 22)

National Pollinators Week. (Bell Museum, June 22)

Lichen Minded. (Bell Museum, June 9)

The unique pollination system of cucumbers, melons and squash. (Yard and Garden News, June 22)

Mushrooms in Lawns. (Yard and Garden News, June 22)

Watering Wisdom: Growing a Healthy Lawn with Less Water (Yard and Garden News, June 22)

Research Brief: New plant gene editing approach improves speeds, scalability and heritability. (University of Minnesota News & Events, June 10)

%d bloggers like this: