News from the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
A biweekly digest of news featuring the Arboretum.
From the Spring Flower Show to winter recreation, there are plenty of fun things to do in February at the Arboretum.
By Mary Beth Pottratz The main paths are plowed and people are out, even with walkers and strollers. On aContinue Reading
Artist Donna Rice uses crystal to express her love for nature.
By Greg Lecker Even with the snow and cold of the past weekend, the Arboretum is worth a visit. ByContinue Reading
Landscape Gardener Jeffrey Johnson finds tree bark fascinating and beautiful.
By Holly Einess It’s a still, mild day at the Arboretum, and there’s almost no movement in the woods onContinue Reading
A weekly digest of news featuring the Arboretum.
Matt Clark, a University of Minnesota assistant professor of grape breeding and enology, who works at the Arboretum’s Horticultural Research Center, recently contributed to a paper published in Nature Biotechnology.
By Mary Beth Pottratz The winter sun peeks out from behind clouds, lighting up a new year on the ArboretumContinue Reading
By Greg Lecker It’s almost as if the sun is rising again. An hour ago, dawn broke onto a partlyContinue Reading