The Holden Arboretum
The Holden Arboretum encompasses an expansive 3,500 acres including lush woodlands and 200 acres dedicated to thoughtfully cultivated gardens.
Cleveland Botanical Garden
Over 10 acres of beautiful outdoor gardens, featuring rare and exotic collections, plus specially curated specimens planted in themed glasshouses.
What’s new at Holden Forests & Gardens
Growing Black Roots: The Black Botanical Legacy
Join the thousands of people who have experienced this groundbreaking FREE virtual lecture series featuring botanists highlighting pathways to diversity & inclusion in botanical sciences. Next up is the Botanical Society of South Africa’s Conservation Manager Rupert Koopman on Wednesday, July 14th at 7PM.Learn more
People for Trees
Help us plant and care for 15,000 trees in NEO by 2025. More than 1,000 people have pledged. It’s your turn!Join the movement and pledge today
Our work improves our forests’ health, and ultimately promotes conservation throughout the region.See the Learning Forest
What’s New this Week
Our Green Corps program has launched. Keep up with our weekly Science on Friday series and other timely announcements on News and Notes. Want to learn something about the natural world around you? Check out our Guides and Resources for the latest how-tos about gardening and so much more.
Together, we stand tall.
You play an integral role in realizing our mission
and helping us sow the seeds for success.
We focus on tree and plant life, with extensive collections that we hope will inspire healthier communities.
We are experts in research, conservation, and community forestry, and strive to make an impact in Northeast Ohio—and beyond.
We educate people of all ages and experience levels, from budding enthusiasts to serious botanists.
You can develop a deeper appreciation for the natural world, and share your passion with others.
You can support our efforts and contribute to a more vibrant future for our entire community.
You can make a difference in your community by planting a single tree.
Green Corps partners with resident-led gardens to optimize benefits to the people and plants in Cleveland while engaging urban youth in exploratory experiences to inspire future stewardship and careers in the green industry.