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Thursday, October 22
Fall colors are spectacular in our East Woods and tree collections and around Lake Marmo and Sterling Pond.
Bloom and Color Report
Thursday, October 15
The continued bright sunny days and cool nights have led to greater fall color.
Bloom and Color Report
Thursday, October 15
Be swept away by classical chamber music this winter, performed in The Morton Arboretum’s historic Thornhill Education Center.
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Friday, October 9
The bright sunny days and cool nights of the past week have helped fall color develop in the trees of the Arboretum’s collections and natural areas.
Bloom and Color Report
Wednesday, October 7
Warm, bright sunny days and cool nights will encourage more trees’ leaves to change over the coming weeks.
Bloom and Color Report
Tuesday, September 29
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.
ArbConnect
Tuesday, September 29
Swirls of brilliant colors and shapes will swim in gleaming glass orbs, capturing autumn’s boundless beauty as the fifth-annual Glass Pumpkin Patch event returns to The Morton Arboretum, October 14-18. Visitors are invited to explore a collection of more than 4,000 one-of-a-kind hand-blown glass pieces for sale during this popular event. Returning in 2015 is the “Farmer’s Market,” featuring blown-glass acorns and leaves as well as a bounty of hand-crafted glass fruits and vegetables.
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Wednesday, September 23
All across The Morton Arboretum in the fall, trees are changing color.
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Wednesday, September 23
When you’re planting bulbs this fall for spring color, consider the trees.
ArbConnect
Thursday, September 3
Children dash up a wooden plank way and climb ropes to a lookout where they can survey the woods beneath them, they scoop a handful of pond water with hopes of capturing a tiny tadpole in their cupped palms, and learn about the role of bees and other pollinators in fragrant flower gardens throughout the four-acre space.
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