An overall view of the entire property.
This map shows how to get to the Ginkgo Grove from the main parking areas near the Quarters building. Due to the large number of people visiting the Ginkgo Grove October-November, we strongly encourage visitors to park in one of the lots near the Quarters building and enjoy the scenic, 10-minute walk to the Grove. There are only a small number of public parking spaces at the Ginkgo Grove, and these spaces are exclusively reserved for visitors with limited mobility. To reduce vehicle traffic near the Grove and protect tree roots from soil compaction, parking along the side of the road near the Ginkgo Grove is not permitted.
The herb garden was established in 1972 to showcase plants with culinary, medicinal, and household uses. One of the oldest gardens at the arboretum and located across from the main parking area, it is intended to stimulate the senses and provide inspiration to home gardeners.
A beautiful drive to the more remote areas of the Arboretum.
Photographic guide to the most common spring wildflowers in the Native Plant Trail woodland!
Photographic guide to the most common native flowers of the native plant trail from about late May through early July.
Photographic guide to the most common native wildflowers on the native plant trail from mid-July through September.
Photographic guide to the common plants found in the native plant trail from October to February.