Morris Arboretum & Gardens

Pennsylvania State Arboretum


Morris Arboretum & Gardens, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Morris Arboretum & Gardens;  official state arboretum of Pennsylvania.  Photo by Peter Miller/Flickr (Noncommercial Use Permitted with Attribution/No Derivative Works).

Official State Arboretum of Pennsylvania

Morris Arboretum and gardens in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia was selected by the state legislature in 1988 as Pennsylvania's official state arboretum. All State Plants & Arboretums - State Flowers

Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is an interdisciplinary center that integrates art, science and the humanities.

Beginning with founder John Morris's interest in growing plants from around the world, unusual specimens have flourished at Morris Arboretum and Gardens for well over 100 years. Thousands of rare and lovely woody plants, including many of Philadelphia's oldest and largest trees, are set in a 92-acre, Victorian landscape garden of winding paths, streams, flowers and special garden areas.



Fabulous flower; Morris Arboretum at The University of Pennsylvania, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Photo by Peter Miller/Flickr (noncommercial use permitted with attribution/no derivative works).

Fabulous flower at Morris Arboretum & Gardens

Infrared photo of Morris Arboretum and Gardens in winter, Philadelphia; photo by Cocoabiscuit on Flickr (noncommercial use permitted with attribution / no derivative works).

Winter wonder at Morris Arboretum and Gardens

Fernery sign at Morris Arboretum; photo by taryn on Flickr (noncommercial use permitted with attribution / no derivative works).

Fernery sign at Morris Arboretum


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