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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.
How does someone move a Galapagos tortoise built from more than 23,000 LEGO® bricks and measuring more than five feet long to an island surrounded by pond water?
Hopeful young oaks and hackberries are taking root in the Lincoln Hill subdivision in unincorporated Milton Township south of Glen Ellyn.
In summer, the garden is abuzz with insect life.
This Father’s Day, find a gift dad will love at The Arboretum Store, which features hundreds of distinctive, nature-themed items.
So, you’ve finished your spring plantings of trees, shrubs, and perennials. Now it’s time to care for them so they get a good start.

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