Tree mobs in October delve into tree-fungi relationships, seven-son flower (rare if not extinct in its native habitat), and the fruits of fall. Details »
Arborist John DelRosso teaches proper chainsaw use and felling techniques. Details »
Propagator Jack Alexander shares his years of experience in propagating trees and shrubs from seeds and cuttings. Details »
The Arnold Arboretum is a community resource for education, offering a variety of learning opportunities including lectures, classes, workshops, and tours of our living collections and historical landscape. Join us as we explore the biology and horticulture of woody plants, and delve into topics related to Earth’s biodiversity and evolutionary history, the environment, conservation biology, and key social issues associated with current science.
America’s Founding Fruit
Monday, October 20, 7:00pm
What would we lose if we lost the American cranberry? Local author and naturalist Susan Playfair delves into the historical importance of this food source, its use as a tool in fighting various forms of cancer, and what might happen to this New England icon as the climate changes. Register »