Arboretum News

Arb Links, vol. 44

Catch up on news about the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.

COVID-19 Update: All members and visitors need to make a reservation in advance of their visit to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. Find updates and information here.

A bed of tulips in the Annual Garden was almost in bloom on Monday, April 26. After a few days of warm weather, we expect the display will really start blooming this weekend and next week. Photo by Liz Potasek.

Read about the Arboretum in the news:

Celebrate Arbor Day at the Landscape Arboretum. (Mpls St. Paul, April 30)

Three ways to see the blooms in Minnesota this spring. (Star Tribune, April 16)

Jumping-worm invasion upends spring plant-sale season. (Star Tribune, April 23)

Where to eat, stay and play in Minneapolis (Arboretum is mentioned). (Conde Nast Traveler, April 27)

Catch up on the Arboretum blog and other media:

Growing with Bob Dressen. (April 7)

19 Things to do for May 2021. (April 28)

Osprey Cam: The Osprey Return. (April 23)

Exercise in the Outdoors. (April 21)

-Kids Activities: City Nature Challenge (April 29) and Books for All Kids in Nature (April 22).

-Nature Notes: Spring Ephemera (April 26) and Taking Turns and Making Space (April 19).

Ussurian Pear (Pyrus ussuriensis) near Crabapple Collection off Three-Mile Drive on April 26. Photo by Liz Potasek.

News of interest from our University partners:

Springtime Birdwatching. (Bell Museum Blog, April 28)

Dividing perennials. (Yard & Garden News, April 21)

Tips for growing strawberries in containers. (Yard & Garden News, April 21)

Include cover crops in your garden this year. (Yard & Garden News, April 20)

Sharing land: Giving access to your yard or garden. (Yard & Garden News, April 20)

New Forecasting Model for Japanese Beetle in Minnesota. (Fruit and Vegetable News, April 29)

1 comment on “Arb Links, vol. 44

  1. Fairy Queen

    Very beautiful tulips 😍😍😍

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