Late summer is the best time to enjoy the Schulenberg Prairie, and imagine what the Illinois landscape was like when the settlers arrived in this rippling sea of grasses and other plants.
What’s your offensive garden strategy? For winning plants, keep an eye out for these pests and diseases this July.
The Arboretum’s new tree breeder has his eye on the landscapes of the future.
The growing season is a time for the Arboretum’s researchers to grow knowledge.
Turn to the Plant Clinic for advice to get your garden off to a great start.
Think ahead in spring and plant shrubs you can enjoy all year long.
It’s the gardener’s prerogative to decide what to plant. But what we don’t plant is important too.
Quick thinking and hard work have helped The Morton Arboretum move on from record flooding.
Spring is a time to celebrate. As Mother’s and Father’s Day, weddings, anniversaries, graduations and the like draw near, it can be difficult to pick out just the right gift. This year, consider a tribute gift: a unique way to celebrate special occasions.
Choose from a list of existing trees that the Arboretum has available for dedication.
As you explore the Arboretum, have you ever paused in front of a tribute marker and wondered at the story behind that tree, bench, brick, or book?