Gallery: Seasons at the Arboreutm

 

By Paul Kammerdiner

Have you ever gone to a play? And as you watched; did you ever wonder what it took to put on the performance, how long it took, what was involved?

As you stroll through the Arboretum and soak in the peace and tranquility this space often provides, did you ever consider what goes into the production?

Just exactly what comprises a season at the Arboretum? Follow along through the photos below

WINTER

A time for planning;

1

We gather together and plot and scheme, trying to decide what we can do to encourage you to visit.

A time to wait;

2

EARLY SPRING

New beginnings

3

Visitors arrive even before we open

4

Hints of the beauty and fun in store for us

 

LATE SPRING

By now things are shaping up for another spectacular year

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EARLY SUMMER

The Rose Garden has come alive!

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SUMMER

We are well into the growing season and our small army of faithful volunteers and our seasonal gardeners have been hard at work creating a masterpiece for all to see and enjoy.

FALL

Just as the Spring seemed early this year, so Autumn is creeping up on us all too soon. Fall Festival has come and gone, and while we haven’t put the gardens to bed yet, the time draws near.

Soon it will be time to rest again, but we can all be thankful for the seasons of the Arboretum.

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