Developed through the University of Minnesota Extension, this online module will teach you how to plan, plant, and manage fruit trees, bushes and vines for success throughout the growing season.
Flora & Fauna Illustrata (FFI) is the Andersen Horticultural Library's "hundred-year project" to document all the species of plants and animals living at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum through scientifically accurate fine art
The Arboretum’s AppleHouse (7485 Rolling Acres Rd.) sells apples and a limited supply of other seasonal produce, as well as fall decor, gourmet food items and pumpkins.
Discover the textile art of Jeanne Aaron and Marie Westerman in the Arboretum’s Cafe Gallery. This art form has experienced a renaissance over the past century as artists push the boundaries in dyes, materials and processes.
Teo Nguyen's Arboretum exhibition brings his stunning large-scale photorealistic paintings into the Reedy Gallery, allowing viewers to interact with natural beauty in an intimate setting.
The popular Scarecrows in the Gardens adds a festive note to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s autumn displays on the Dahlberg Terrace and Scarecrow Hill. Check out the artistry of the experts from Bachman’s, as well as Arboretum staff.
The Fall 2021 Soil, Water, and Climate seminar series will take place either virtually on Zoom, or in a hybrid format on Zoom and in person in 415 Soil Science.
Celebrate the beginning of the academic year at the CFANS Sampler and Homecoming Parade Party on the front lawn of Folwell Hall to view the parade and catch up with CFANS staff, faculty, friends and alumni.
Shop for seasonal floral arrangements, greeting cards, botanical products, knitted wearable accessories, gifts for the home and both functional and whimsical wood-crafted items -- all made with care by members of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Auxiliary.
Farm at the Arb is the place to be Saturday night, Sept. 25, for the 3rd annual Arboretum AppleJam. Live music, apple bingo, lawn games and more.