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The earth movers are gone. Now, it’s time for plants.
A new initiative, spearheaded by the Sterling Morton Library staff, allows the public unprecedented online access to these collections.
It’s time to start the process of raking and bagging leaves, or hire someone to do “fall cleanup” to make the yard tidy.
What’s the big buzz in gardens today? Planting for pollinators—the bees, butterflies, moths, and other creatures that spread pollen from bloom to bloom.
The flavors of fine wine aren’t just the province of vineyards.
When a tree has been removed, it may seem obvious to plant a new one in the same place.
Want to do a little less work in the garden? Reconsider how much you fertilize.
Stumped on what to get your dad this Father's Day? Treat him to one of several great finds available at The Arboretum Store.
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.

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