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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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ClevelandBotanicGdn 21h
Looks like Bim was a comedic and craftsman's hit the weekend!
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The Holden Arboretum 20h
Awesome photo of the next generation of environmentalists.
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Betsy Scott 23h
"Bim Willow' teaches how to turn yard waste into rustic furniture
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The Holden Arboretum 23h
How to Prune a Tree: via
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I added a video to a playlist How to Prune a Tree
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 17
The horticulture staff conducted a controlled burn of the prairie garden on Thursday to promote plant growth.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 15
Cool Cleveland visits Holden to talk trees.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 15
The black capped chickadee, one of the Arboretum's avian residents.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 14
How much are trees in your yard worth? You can find out using one of the online tree benefit calculators.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 13
We love dogs at Holden!
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 10
Our coworkers show their love for trees!
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 10
The scent of the anise magnolia is reminiscent of grape Kool-Aid (M. salicifolia ‘Grape Expectations’).
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 8
What's that knocking sound you hear in the woods? It might be a pileated woodpecker.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 7
April showers bring flowering trees to the landscape, including Amelanchier_x grandiflora_rubescens (serviceberry).
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 6
Sometimes you have to look closely to see the early signs of spring. Tiny red flowers on an American hazelnut.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 3
April 2015 Treemail
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 2
Remember when this sign greeted Holden visitors?
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 2
The bark of the willow tree was historically used as a painkiller and is a precursor to modern aspirin.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 1
Holden was named one 25 Best Botanical Gardens to Visit on Your Romantic Weekend Getaway via
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 1
Celebrate trees this month by sharing your best tree hugging photo with us.
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