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Look at the tree one way, and it’s barren and lifeless. Walk a few feet and look at it from another angle, and its leaves become green and lush.
This Arbor Day, Dr. Gerard T. Donnelly, President and CEO of The Morton Arboretum, was recognized with the J. Sterling Morton Award.
Working on a new garden this spring? Before you buy a bevy of plants, take a step back and look at the big picture.
Take a walk on the wilder side of The Morton Arboretum in spring for a once-a-year delight: ephemeral wildflowers.
The Morton Arboretum has a new kind of scientist on staff: a treeologist.
More likely, what you’re hearing on an early spring day at The Morton Arboretum is the mating call of a spring peeper.
The Arboretum Store has been on the hunt for unique frog-themed products for the home and garden in honor of Ribbit! The Exhibit.
As part of the Growing Brilliantly Campaign, the Arboretum is constructing new facilities at South Farm, a staff work area located to the southwest of the Visitor Center.
Early spring in Chicago often brings spells of warm weather.
As spring arrives, you may start to notice brown patches on some evergreen shrubs. They’re likely to become more noticeable against the green of the garden as leaves open on other plants.

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