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Thursday, March 2
In the dormant season, the stems of many woody shrubs provide visual interest with bold colors and interesting texture.
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Tuesday, February 28
Visitors to The Morton Arboretum in the springtime sometimes come across a patch of blackened earth and burned plants, with a whiff of recent smoke.
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Thursday, February 23
The Morton Arboretum welcomes Christine Rollinson, Ph.D., as a Forest Ecologist in the institution’s Center for Tree Science.
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Wednesday, February 22
As part of its $63 million Growing Brilliantly capital campaign, The Morton Arboretum announces the launch of the $1 Million Hamill Family Challenge
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Wednesday, February 15
The Morton Arboretum’s Edible Gardening Workshop series returns this March.
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Wednesday, February 15
The Morton Arboretum has named Murphy Westwood, Ph.D. Director of the institution’s Global Tree Conservation Program.
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Thursday, February 9
Tree champions can take to a beautiful, tree-lined course during The Morton Arboretum’s seventh-annual 10K race on Sunday, April 23.
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Monday, February 6
Mild temperatures and more sunny days are turning our thoughts more and more to spring—the season of blooms, green grass, and chirping birds.
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Tuesday, January 31
Nancy Hamill Winter, a lifelong advocate for nature, hopes the Hamill Family Foundation’s $3 million gift to the Growing Brilliantly campaign at the Arboretum will inspire others.
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Thursday, January 26
From May 19 - October 22, The Morton Arboretum welcomes Origami in the Garden, a series of large-scale metal sculptures inspired by the Japanese art of paper folding.
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