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  • Plant Health Care Report GDD update April 15, 2016

    The growing degree update from The Morton Arboretum for April 15, 2016.
  • Plant Health Care Report issue 2016-1

    The scouting report of The Morton Arboretum for April 8, 2016.
  • BLOOM REPORT: APRIL 1, 2016

    Each spring, trees, shrubs, bulbs and wildflowers bloom throughout the The Morton Arboretum’s 1,700 acres. Ed Hedborn, manager of plant records, reports on what’s blooming each week throughout the season. For the latest updates on what’s blooming at the Arboretum, call the Bloom 'n Color Hotline at 630-719-7955.
  • NEWS RELEASE: CHICAGO MUSEUMS JOIN THE MORTON ARBORETUM TO RAISE AWARENESS OF TREES THIS ARBOR DAY

    Lining city streets and dotting parks and open spaces, trees are silent champions. They pluck pollutants out of the air, create a greater sense of safety and community in our neighborhoods and add natural beauty to our cities. But in an urban forest, defined as trees that live alongside people in larger cities and suburbs, trees are challenged to survive without human intervention and care.
  • BLOOM REPORT: MARCH 22, 2016

    Each spring, trees, shrubs, bulbs and wildflowers bloom throughout the The Morton Arboretum’s 1,700 acres. Ed Hedborn, Manager of Plant Records, reports on what’s blooming each week throughout the season. For the latest updates on what’s blooming at the Arboretum, call the Bloom 'n Color Hotline at 630-719-7955.
  • NEWS RELEASE: CELEBRATE ARBOR DAY 2016 AT THE MORTON ARBORETUM

    A national holiday to commemorate trees, Arbor Day has significant meaning at The Morton Arboretum. Founded by the Morton family as a holiday to celebrate trees, April 29 is an important time to reflect on all trees brings to our daily lives, including cleaner air and water, a stronger sense of community and natural beauty.