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Whether you've been flexing a green thumb for years, you're new to horticulture, or you're looking for a new hobby, there's something for everyone at the Arboretum this season. From exercise and meditation in our beautiful gardens, to creative outlets that use nature's beauty as a muse, our course catalog is filled with over 70 inspiring education experiences to choose from.
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Bare Naked Trees Tour: Saturday, January 14 & 28, 2023 | 11 AM
Join an experienced guide for a new tour to explore the beauty of “bare naked trees” in winter.
Winter Wellness Walks: Weekends through March | 10:30 AM
Led by an experienced Volunteer Guide, these brisk walks will stick to the paved paths and get your heart rate up.
Garden Highlights Tour: Weekends | 1 PM
Our knowledgeable guides will design a tour around the interests of the attendees. Every tour is different so come back as many times as you’d like.
Witchhazels Tour: Saturday, March 11 | 11 AM
Join an experienced guide to discover many varieties of these delightful winter beauties that add surprising bursts of color and fragrance to the winter landscape.
Volunteering at the Morris Arboretum can be a rewarding and stimulating experience: learn new skills, make new friends, and become a valued member of the extended volunteer staff. The Arboretum could not accomplish all that it does without the help of its volunteers who play an integral role in the organization.
What's in Bloom: January
Malus ‘Indian Magic'
Located near Pennock Garden. After its leaves fall, this tree reveals a generous crop of small, bright red fruit that turn reddish-orange after the first few frosts of the season.
Spiraea thunbergii 'Ogon'
Located behind Greenhouse.
In late winter this shrub forms a mound of arching stems covered with tiny snow-white flowers.
Located in the Fernery.
The silver dollar fern can be identified by its large and delicate leaves.
Lindera salicifolia (spicebush)
Located near the Rose Garden.
The spectacular fall color of this shrub is outstanding and the winter leaves persist and turn tan, even rustling as winter winds blow.