July 23, 2021

The Name Game

By Connor Ryan, Rhododendron Collections Manager

Science on Fridays

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The Name Game

July 22, 2021

Face-To-Face With Our Radiated Tortoises

By Matt Edwards, Animal Care Specialist

Face-To-Face With Our Radiated Tortoises

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Face-To-Face With Our Radiated Tortoises

July 19, 2021

Green Corps: Future Green Jobs

By Margaret Cook and Cherise Kent

Green Corps Interns

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Green Corps: Future Green Jobs

July 16, 2021

Holden Students Reach for the Moon, Land Among the Stars

By Juliana Medeiros , Plant Biologist

Science on Friday

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Holden Students Reach for the Moon, Land Among the Stars

July 13, 2021

Garden Wasps

By Emily Mago, Animal Care Assistant

Garden Wasps

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Garden Wasps

July 13, 2021

LEAP

By Mary Lineberger, Gardener

Lake Erie Allegheny Partnership

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LEAP

July 12, 2021

An Intern’s First Peek into Helen S. Layer Rhododendron Garden

By Yuhan Ji, Landscape Architecture Intern

An Intern’s First Peek into Helen S. Layer Rhododendron Garden

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An Intern’s First Peek into Helen S. Layer Rhododendron Garden

July 9, 2021

Green Corps: Professional Week

By Margaret Cook, Communications Specialist

Green Corps: Professional Week

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Green Corps: Professional Week

July 6, 2021

King of the Jungle: The Surprising Culprit

By Dana Noel Lettl, Seasonal Intern at West Creek Conservancy

King of the Jungle: The Surprising Culprit

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King of the Jungle: The Surprising Culprit

July 2, 2021

OUR GARDEN COMPANIONS

By Sabrina Kozsey, Gardener

Our Garden Companions

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OUR GARDEN COMPANIONS

July 1, 2021

The Annual Bioscience Alliance Intern Fun Days Returned in 2021

By Courtney Blashka, David Burke, Juliana Medeiros, Sarah Kyker, Jessica Miller, Connor Ryan, Katie Stuble, Rebecah Troutman, and Na Wei

Science on Friday

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The Annual Bioscience Alliance Intern Fun Days Returned in 2021

July 1, 2021

Green Corps: Community Based Experiences

Green Corps Blog: Week 2

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Green Corps: Community Based Experiences

June 30, 2021

Restoration and Rejuvenation

By Caroline Tate, Vice President of Horticulture and Collections

Restoration and Rejuvenation- Part 2

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Restoration and Rejuvenation

June 28, 2021

The Moon and Time in the Garden

By Jessica Burns, Gardener

The Moon and Time in the Garden

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The Moon and Time in the Garden

June 23, 2021

Better Shape Up

By Caroline Paul, Horticulturist

Japanese Garden

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Better Shape Up

June 23, 2021

Green Corps: Growing Futures, Growing Community

Green Corps 2021

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Green Corps: Growing Futures, Growing Community

June 15, 2021

Support, Correction and Mitigation of Weather Damage in the Ash Research Plot

By Gary Weinheimer, Collections Maintenance Supervisor

Support, Correction and Migration of Weather Damage in the Ash Research Plot

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June 9, 2021

A Q&A with One of the Wildest Flowers on the Planet, Currently Living in Our Costa Rica Biome

By Mark Bir, Horticulturist

We are so excited to have a really rare plant-related event happening in the Costa Rica biome. The Titan Arum is getting ready to bloom!

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A Q&A with One of the Wildest Flowers on the Planet, Currently Living in Our Costa Rica Biome

June 3, 2021

Tulips in the Trees

By Bernadette Gallagher , Gardener

Check out another kind of “tulip” at the Cleveland Botanical Garden, the flower of the tuliptree, Liriodendron tulipifera. This is one of my favorite tree flowers, and because they bloom so high in the canopy it is a special treat if you get to see some up close. The flowers are green with a bright splash of orange, and the colors mix like tie-dye.

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Tulips in the Trees

May 26, 2021

Behind the Scenes with Cleveland Botanical Garden’s Butterflies

Have you ever wondered where Cleveland Botanical Garden’s biome butterflies come from, how they get here, and what goes into getting them flying in the glasshouse? Let’s walk through each step in this process and learn all about it!

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Behind the Scenes with Cleveland Botanical Garden’s Butterflies

May 24, 2021

A Collection of Stories

At Holden Forests and Gardens there are over 21,000 plants and plant groupings that we consider to be a part of our plant collection. Considering a plant as part of our collection means that that plant has a story to tell.

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A Collection of Stories

May 19, 2021

Signs of Spring

One of the first signs of spring in the Arlene and Arthur Holden Butterfly Garden is the bloom of Aesculus pavia, (red buckeye).  Not only is this native small tree beautiful, but it is an important source of food for pollinators and migrating birds.

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Signs of Spring

May 13, 2021

Be careful where you step, plants are emerging! Fragile new plantings for future beauty

By Beth Whipple, Horticulturist

As you make your way to the Helen S. Layer Rhododendron garden to check out the spring blooms and to visit the Judith and Maynard H. Murch IV Canopy Walk, be careful where you step as you travel alongside Heath Pond. What may look like a long strip of wood chips, is actually the home to hundreds of plants.

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Be careful where you step, plants are emerging! Fragile new plantings for future beauty

May 12, 2021

Big Jobs Call for Use of Heavy Equipment

HF&G Arborist Rick Anielski explains how the use of heavy equipment helps staff at the Holden Arboretum to care and maintain the grounds.

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Big Jobs Call for Use of Heavy Equipment

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