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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.
February is a time for love and poetry. So we thought we’d share some of our favorite poetry about the love of trees.
The gardening year begins in winter, with learning, planning, and shopping. Now is the time to prepare for a more beautiful garden in spring and all through the season.
Drop by The Arboretum Store at The Morton Arboretum to find a distinctive, inspiring, or useful gift for your favorite gardener for the 2015 holiday season.
Visitors to The Morton Arboretum in November and December will likely start to see something that has been hidden for years: the banks of the DuPage River.
Congratulations to The Morton Arboretum's arborists who took home first and third place overall in the Illinois Arborist Association Tree Climbing Competition Master's Challenge.
All across The Morton Arboretum in the fall, trees are changing color.
When you’re planting bulbs this fall for spring color, consider the trees.
September is a fine time to plant trees and shrubs and to divide perennials, according to The Morton Arboretum’s Plant Clinic.
Hopeful young oaks and hackberries are taking root in the Lincoln Hill subdivision in unincorporated Milton Township south of Glen Ellyn.

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