Established in the Fall 2007, this garden is a wonderful example of a natural, low-maintenance and self-sustaining option. Each year the annuals and perennials in this garden re-seed. Winning the Master Gardeners Association Design Award in 2009, our wildflower garden is an exciting example of garden possibilities.
Established in 2007, this garden is fit for the little ones. Explosions of color, birdhouses, and various garden ornaments provide a wonderland of sights to enjoy. Let them take a run through the rabbit hole - covered with various vines. In the spring and summer, a symphony of bees, butterflies and other insects add even more adventure to this pint-sized paradise.
Small Fruit Garden
Established in 2010, this garden demonstrates a number of fruit varieties suitable for small gardens and that flourish in our climate. Muscadine grapes, thornless blackberries, blueberries, and a fig are just some of what you'll find and you wander through this part of the Arboretum.
Established in 2008, the area surrounding our green roof shelter is an oasis for butterflies and other pollinators. Nectar plants are abundant to provide food sources, rock arrangements act as a safe place for butterflies to warm themselves and various shrub plantings provide protection from wind.
Established in 2000 as the Certified Plant Professional collection, this area has since developed into the perfect place for a walk and breathe of fresh air. The addition of the walking trail has encouraged many to utilize this beautiful place for a lunch-time reprieve, weekend workout and much more.