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Tuesday, March 28
The Morton Arboretum is asking Chicagoans to “draw attention to trees” during its third-annual Arbor Day Celebration.
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Friday, March 24
Some plants at The Morton Arboretum are two to three weeks ahead of their usual bloom time this year.
Bloom and Color Report
Thursday, March 23
Before planting commences, take a look at what The Arboretum Store has on its shelves to make working in your yard easier as well as more colorful and fun.
ArbConnect
Friday, March 17
Trees, shrubs, and the first perennials are beginning to bloom at The Morton Arboretum. Ed Hedborn, manager of plant records, reports on what’s blooming each week throughout the season.
Bloom and Color Report
Monday, March 6
This May and June, The Morton Arboretum offers a fun-filled line-up of special events, programs for children and families, and adult classes.
Press Releases
Thursday, March 2
In the dormant season, the stems of many woody shrubs provide visual interest with bold colors and interesting texture.
ArbConnect
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.
ArbConnect
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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