Blissful blooms, shaded
Established in 1998, the seven-acre Arboretum surrounding the Pitt County Agricultural Center at 403 Government Circle in Greenville, NC demonstrates the possibilities for plantings in your own garden or landscape. Four season color, drought-tolerant plants, perennials, vegetables, herbs, roses, a children's garden, wildflowers, fruits, container gardens, a tree and shrub collection, and more await you.
EXPLORE THE GROUNDS
Tour the Arboretum
The Extension Master Gardener volunteers of Pitt County lead guided walking tours by appointment. Tours can be scheduled by calling our volunteers at 252-902-1709.
The Arboretum is open to explore year round, seven days a week from dawn to dusk.
For your convenience, public washrooms inside the Pitt County Agricultural Center building are available during office hours.
Rain Forecast for This Week
as of August 15, 2022:*
50% probability: Aug 15 (0.1 inch measured at Greenville Airport as of 1:30 p.m. today)
65% probability: Aug 16
15% probability: Aug 17
30% probability: Aug 18
50% probability: Aug 19
55% probability: Aug 20
45% probability: Aug 21
*Source: Greenville Rainfall Forecast at
From drought to flash floods: Greenville's weather is widely variable. Know how much rain is forecast for the Greenville, NC area so that you can keep your plants properly hydrated.