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The Holden Arboretum
3,600 acres of Northeast Ohio’s most beautiful gardens and natural areas. Home to some of the world's endangered trees. We let them hide out in the woods.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 27
Punk rock frog discovered!
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 26
Allium tricoccum (wild ramps) growing in the natural areas at Holden.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 25
Salix chaenomeloides (Japanese pussy willow) in the Display Garden.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 24
Iris 'Harmony', a hybrid of Iris reticulata and Iris histrioides. Photo by Anna Tymczak-Rzemieniuk.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 23
The Betula costata (Korean birch) at Lantern Court stands out against the blue spring sky.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 22
Along with spring flowers, March, April and May can bring a higher risk of wildfires. Take the proper precautions.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 21
A closer look at Eranthis hyemalis (winter aconite). Stop by this weekend to see what else is blooming.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 20
Mitchells Mills Road has reopened.
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ClevelandBotanicGdn Mar 20
Join Bim Willow for a bent willow chair demo & the following day
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 20
Mitchells Mills is closed between Sperry Road and The Holden Arboretum's Horticulture Science Center.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 19
This environmental writer's slow motion video of great blue herons battling over territory is fascinating to watch.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 18
Iris 'Katharine Hodgkin', now blooming underneath the sweetgum tree to the east of Lotus Pond in the Display Garden.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 17
Eranthis hyemalis (winter aconite) blooming near the Corning Visitor Center parking lot.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 16
Hamamelis x intermedia 'Moonlight', blooming in the near the Corning Visitor Center.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 16
The power of plants.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 13
Our first sign of spring! Skunk cabbage sprouting in the Myrtle S. Holden Wildflower Garden on Thursday.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 12
A grey tree frog, spotted last summer in the garden at Lantern Court.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 10
365 things to do in Cleveland in 2015: 10 Cleveland rites of spring (including a visit to CBG's Big Spring!)
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 9
Spring watch! Find signs of spring at Holden? Snap a picture and share it with us, and we will post them on our social media pages.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 6
Still waiting for those first signs of spring. Pussywillows are another early indicator that winter is over.
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