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Ray Larson

University of Washington Botanic Gardens curator Ray Larson near the Woodland Garden, one of his favorite historical spots in the Arboretum. (Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times)

For two decades, the gardens didn’t have a curator, but now a UW grad oversees the plant collections for the Center for Urban... continue

"JC Raulston Arboretum members. volunteers, and stakeholders are very pleased to announce that Arlene Calhoun has been named... continue

Hospital officials zeroed in on Thujopsis dolabrata as the culprit...   It’s safe to say that the Chicago Botanic Garden... continue

Myriad Botanical Gardens was awarded the top award winner for the Urban Land Institute’s 2015 Open Space Award.  The garden... continue

The hand-hewn timber frame from a 200-year-old Ohio barn was relocated to the Conservatory’s grounds earlier this year and has been... continue

The three and a half-acre ornamental garden showcases over 350 plant varieties – a total of 8,000 permanent plants - set in terraced... continue