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Botanical gardens, including arboreta, today hold at least one-third of known plant species in their collections, including more than 40% of threatened species. ©The Morton Arboretum

From The Morton Arboretum LISLE, Ill. (August 25) - The world is experiencing a sixth global mass extinction event, and a new paper... continue

Michael Arnold, Ph.D., director of The Gardens and professor of landscape horticulture in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

With a hope to foster greater connections between The Gardens and Texas A&M University’s campus, Texas A&M AgriLife... continue

From left to right, Chanticleer Scholars Samantha Peckham, Elin Filbey, and Whitney Costner.

WAYNE, PA – The Chanticleer Foundation Board of Directors announces the latest recipients of the Chanticleer Scholarship in... continue

The Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund (TREE Fund) works to support the discovery and dissemination of new knowledge in... continue

SAN ANTONIO (August 19, 2020) – The San Antonio Botanical Garden is adding elevated dining to its experience with the opening of... continue

(ST. LOUIS) The Institute of Museum and Library Services, or IMLS, awarded the Missouri Botanical Garden two grants to enhance... continue