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  • Getting answers at the Plant Clinic

    At any season of the year, the Plant Clinic of The Morton Arboretum is ready to help homeowners and professionals have lovely and useful gardens and healthy trees and plants.

  • - Representatives from The Morton Arboretum to visit five locations throughout Illinois -

    LISLE, Ill. (January 22, 2014) – The Morton Arboretum’s Community Trees Program will be conducting five workshops across northern Illinois over the next few weeks aimed at helping municipal professionals responsible for tree care and management in their communities. The goal of the workshops is to both explore the impact of emerald ash borer and other invaders on area trees and also to examine ordinances and management plans critical to helping communities protect and maintain their trees.

  • Celebrating Chocolate

    Enjoy chocolate in a whole new way at Chocolate Expo & Market! Plus, enjoy chocolate-related events throughout February.
  • Ring In 2014 with New Events at the Arboretum

    From cooking classes to drive-in movies, The Morton Arboretum is offering a slate of new events in 2014. Members and visitors of all ages will enjoy the new offerings, including our Chef’s Table series, seasonally-themed dinners, summer festivals and more.
  • UNUSUAL INGREDIENT MAKING EASIER WORK OF SNOW REMOVAL AT THE MORTON ARBORETUM: BEET JUICE

    LISLE, Ill. (January 3, 2014)—When The Morton Arboretum’s P.J. Smith works with his staff to clear snow from the 16 miles of roads and nine miles of trails at the Arboretum, he needs to do it quickly and in the most environmentally friendly manner possible. Smith, construction supervisor in charge of snow removal at The Morton Arboretum, now clears the Arboretum roads with a product containing an unusual ingredient – beet juice – which, when mixed with rock salt, clears the Arboretum’s roads and trails quicker than salt alone.
  • A Husky History Lesson

    Huskies have been a tradition at the Arboretum for the last decade, but did you know they have had a significant place in American history for more than 100 years?