chollipo arboretum

Chollipo Arboretum

The Chollipo Arboretum is a legacy of Min Byeong-gal, and it collects and preserves plants from Korea and the world to create a beautiful garden. 

Dedicated to research and education, instill the spirit of love for nature in people and give them creative inspiration and happiness. It is a world-class arboretum with 17,000 kinds of plants.

Botanical Garden of Saint-Vincent and the Grenadines

Botanical Garden of Saint-Vincent and the Grenadines

SVG boasts a diverse collection of biological resources. St. Vincent is rugged and mountainous with steep slopes and fertile yellow earth, volcanic ash and alluvial soils. The country has about 12,700 ha of tropical forests, including primary and secondary rainforest, palm brakes, elfin woodland, littoral woodland, dry scrub woodlands and mangrove forest. The significant tropical forests provide natural habitat for wildlife including the St. Vincent parrot and other endemic species. The Grenadines, in contrast, consists of low dry islands surrounded by extensive coral reefs and seagrass beds.

US National Arboretum

US National Arboretum

Permanent reference collection of over 800,000 specimens of dried pressed plants for scientific studies in agriculture, horticulture, botany, medicine, and other related fields. Contains plants from around the world, with a special emphasis on cultivated plants. Especially well represented groups include azaleas, cherries , daffodils, daylilies, hollies, oaks, viburnums, and willows.

Dawes Arboretum

Dawes Arboretum

By the time The Dawes Arboretum was founded in 1929, over 50,000 trees had been planted and the grounds had doubled in size to 293 acres. Beman and Bertie Dawes created The Arboretum “To encourage the planting of forest and ornamental trees… to give pleasure to the public and education to the youth.”

Walk at the Washington Park Arboretum

Washington Park Arboretum

This 230-acre arboretum covers much of Seattle’s Washington Park. The site is managed by the University of Washington Botanic Gardens and contains several themed gardens. The Arboretum’s biggest attraction is undoubtedly the spring blooms of the Azalea Way. The Pacific Connections Garden showcases a fantastic collection of Pacific plants native to Australia, China, Chile, and New Zealand. The garden is organized into geographical areas, including a 2.5 acre stretch of New Zealand forest. Other popular gardens include the Japanese Garden and the Rhododendron Glen.

Orange blooms at the North Carolina Arboretum

North Carolina Arboretum

The North Carolina Arboretum is nestled within the Pisgah National Forest near Asheville. The 434-acre site is divided between an arboretum and a botanical garden. The current incarnation of the site opened in the late 1980s. The Blue Ridge Quilt Garden is a colorful parterre that pays homage to the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains. The Arboretum also displays the National Native Azalea Repository, which contains every type of azalea native to the US.

An overview of the University of Kentucky arboretum

University of Kentucky Arboretum

The University of Kentucky Arboretum aims to preserve and research Kentucky’s native flora. The 100-acre site opened in 1991 and became Kentucky’s State Botanical Garden in 2000. Admission is free. The collection of Kentucky’s native plants and trees is the main draw. The site displays approximately 100 species native to Kentucky and a grand total of 1,200 plants native to the US. The “Walk Across Kentucky” trail showcases species representing the state’s seven regional ecosystems.

Water featue with turtles at the Adkins Arboretum

Adkins Arboretum

Adkins Arboretum is nestled within Tuckahoe State Park. The grounds cover 400 acres and showcase more than 600 plants native to Maryland. The site opened in 1980 and includes a diverse range of habitats such as meadows, wetlands, and woodlands. The area is also laced with five miles of walking trails.

A marshy filed at the Crosby arberetum

Crosby Arboretum

The Crosby Arboretum is one of the South’s best botanical institutions and is operated by Mississippi State University. The site covers more than 700 acres and is centered around the famous Pinecote Pavilion. The Arboretum itself is divided into seven areas, with each representing a specific local habitat.