The Holden Arboretum is open. Advance reservations required for members and public. Purchase tickets.

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The Holden Arboretum is open. Advance reservations required for members and public. Purchase tickets.

Summer Camps

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Meeting the Grand Botanic Garden Challenge at Holden Forests & Gardens

By Juliana Medeiros, When we consider the major challenges facing humanity today, it is exciting to think that plants can provide a myriad of sustainable solutions. Problems with water quality, our dependence on fossil fuels, food insecurity...

A Garden for All Seasons: Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Hillwood | Jan. 21

Set on 25 acres in Washington, D.C., Hillwood is the embodiment of Marjorie Merriweather Post’s grand vision. 13 acres of formal gardens extend from the house in a progression of outdoor rooms. Learn more in our live, virtual lecture by clicking here. Registration required.

Help Our Trees Campaign is a Success

Our arborists, horticulturists and the entire Holden Forests & Gardens team thanks all of the people who helped us to raise the funds necessary to help our tree collection survive and thrive. It is so exciting and deeply gratifying to see this support of our mission.

Embrace Winter! Check out our outdoor activities.

We’ve come up with a list of outdoor experiences and exercise that you can do in one hour. You may even find that two hours have gone by in a flash! You can enjoy fun winter experiences at both campuses: the arboretum and the botanical gardens.

Stickwork “Tilt-a-Whirl” Now Open

Patrick Dougherty’s Stickwork sculptural installation is named “Tilt-a-Whirl” and it’s open now. Dougherty’s creations have been featured in more than 300 locations around the world from Scotland to Japan to Brussels, and all over the United States. Come and see his creation made especially for Northeast Ohio.  Read more.

Growing Black Roots: A Black Botanical Legacy

Holden Forests & Gardens and Black Botanists Week Committee present a new Scientist Lecture series. A groundbreaking FREE virtual lecture series highlighting Black Botanists who will inspire others to pursue a career in plants and highlight pathways to diversity and inclusion in botanical sciences. Read More
Click here to download educational resources for each lecture.

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Check out our nature-focused virtual classes

We are bringing a variety of our classes to the comfort of your home with HF&G Virtual Classes. Classes include Taiji, Botanical Painting and Drawing, and Natural Care and Prevention.

Winter Classes and Events at the Arboretum

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