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Caption: (From left) Simon Hiscock, the Director of Oxford Botanic Garden and Harcourt Arboretum, and curator Ben Jones accept Level IV accreditation from The Morton Arboretum's Nicole Cavender, Vice President of Science and Conservation, and Murphy Westwood, Tree Conservation Specialist.

Created to advance the planting and conservation of trees worldwide, ArbNet will celebrate its fifth anniversary this April. Launched... continue

SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco Recreation & Park Department is proud to announce the appointment of Matthew Stephens as... continue

Hamilton, NJ (March 22, 2016) - Grounds For Sculpture (GFS), the 42-acre sculpture park, arboretum, and museum in Hamilton, NJ, is pleased... continue

“Seed Your Future” brings together more than 150 industry partners to promote careers in horticulture among U.S. youth... continue

Rutgers Gardens

Rutgers Gardens

The Hamilton Award and $1000 cash prize are presented each year to an unsung hero, a quiet leader, or patient mentor in the field of... continue

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is the recipient of a gift of a 79-acre estate in Hanover County, near Rockville, Virginia. This is... continue