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Synonyms for arboretum

a facility where trees and shrubs are cultivated for exhibition

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The following universities have gardens or arboretums on the list:
With increasing societal interest in environmental preservation and sustainability, the hands-on research gardens and arboretums included in this list can be a valuable asset for people planning to study these fields.
Meanwhile, Bodenham Arboretum near Kidderminster bills itself as Worcestershire's hidden garden, with more than 3,000 species of trees from across the world growing at the site overlooking the Clent Hills.
Kilmun Arboretum near Dunoon in Argyll and Bute was established in the 1930s to monitor exotic species in this harsher Scottish setting.
His lone wish was that, for the 15th straight year, they join him this Sunday at his beloved Mount Pisgah Arboretum to clear blackberries.
I don't think the arboretum would survive without him," fellow volunteer Rob O'Connor says.
Arboretums must be the ultimate in patient, persistent commitment.
Howick Hall has invested generous resources and a few lifetimes of work to bring about the remarkable gardens and arboretum we can now all enjoy.
Shermeta of KSS Architects has designed the viewing structure for the University of Pennsylvania's new meta Metasequoia exhibit at the Morris Arboretum in collaboration with artists John McQueen and Margo Mensing and structural engineer Tom Langan of Schoor DePalma Engineers.
Butcher Sculpture Garden, the viewing structure is the latest addition to the Morris Arboretum experience.
Throw in three additional titleholders at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum and five others among our list of unique sites, and we're packing the sunscreen.
The Los Angeles State and County Arboretum reflects southern California history as much as it does vegetation from around the globe.
in Orange County), Fullerton Arboretum includes plants from the various climatic zones of California, palm trees from Mediterranean and tropical regions, a rare fruit orchard, a carnivorous plant bog, and a pond and stream system.