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Villanova, Pennsylvania
Arboretum
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Arboretum
Haverford, Pennsylvania
Arboretum
Dillsburg, Pennsylvania
Arboretum
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Arboretum, Botanical Garden, Park
Devon, Pennsylvania
Arboretum
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Arboretum, Botanical Garden, Children's, Library, Science, University
More than 13,000 labeled plants of over 2,500 types are growing in the Arboretum’s living collection. These include representatives of the temperate floras of North America, Asia, and Europe. This historic collection traces its foundation to John Morris’s interest in plants from around the world, and includes plants collected in China by E.H. Wilson at the turn of the century. Many of the Delaware Valley’s "trees-of-record" (the largest of their kind) are found in the Arboretum.
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
Arboretum
Wallingford, Pennsylvania
Arboretum, Botanical Garden, History, Park, Science, University
Widener University has acquired the Taylor Memorial Arboretum, a 30-acre reserve of plantings and natural lands located about a mile north of the university in Nether Providence Township. The arboretum will remain free and open to the public while providing the university with greatly expanded opportunities for research and hands-on learning in the environmental and biological sciences and science education.
Media, Pennsylvania
Arboretum
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