StoryTime in the LibraryDate: Every ThursdayTime: 10:30-11 a.m.Location: Andersen Horticultural Library
Discover origami sculptures in the Reedy Gallery. A single piece of paper is transformed into various objects by complex folded patterns, which are revealed by deconstructing or unfolding in this accompanying exhibit to Origami in the Gardens.
Brushwork and pottery created by local artists who have studied and reflected on Japanese culture.
Visit this monumental outdoor sculpture exhibition that captures the delicate nature of this paper art form in museum-quality metal.
Based on seasonal highlights, each tour will visit different gardens at their glorious peak bloom. Pick up gardening ideas and reconnect with nature's serene beauty.
Start out your day at the Arb with a delicious hot breakfast.
Stop by the Master Gardener desk in the Visitor Center to pose gardening questions to our volunteers, get information on sustainable practices and find out what areas are at their peak of bloom and beauty.
Scarecrows in the Gardens (Dahlberg Terrace and walkways behind main buildings) and Scarecrow Village (Scarecrow Hill next to picnic shelters) create a festive note to the Arboretum's fall displays.
Displays of popular, heirloom, unusual and international pumpkins and squash - both ornamental and edible - in colors ranging from white to purple, orange to green and more.
The Outdoor Painters of Minnesota (OPM) have come together to paint the exquisite ever-changing beauty of the Arboretum in various seasons. The mission of the OPM is to encourage and promote painting directly from nature.
Learn the principles of landscape design, analyze soils, investigate proper plant selection and more. Develop a functional, manageable, environmentally sound, cost-effective, and visually pleasing design unique to your home setting.
Learn to create living, pro-biotic vegetable ferments at home, even changing traditionally pickled recipes into ferment recipes, increating the health benefits of these foods.
The Outdoor Painters of Minnesota have been diligently working throughout the spring, summer and fall of 2018 to capture the most interesting renditions of beautiful places at the Arb. Opens at 10 a.m. on Sundays.
Learn how to grow this vanilla-scented grass and find out its significance to native people. Create a sweet-smelling braid or bundle to take home.
Help our scientists by taste-testing U of M research apples and rating your favorites for flavor, size, texture and more.