23 posts in Unit Feature

Mar 3, 2017 / Miller Library, Unit Feature / UWBG Communication Staff

Garden Lovers’ Book Sale April 7 & 8

Love gardening, plants, trees, flowers or growing food?
Can’t pass up a bargain?
Then you won’t want to miss the 12th annual GARDEN LOVERS’ BOOK SALE of used books at the Center for Urban Horticulture.

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Construction Started to Expand Public Access at Arboretum

The Arboretum Loop Trail is a jewel of the master plan approved in 2001.

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Jan 5, 2016 / Washington Park Arboretum, Unit Feature / UWBG Communication Staff

Arboretum Map Upgraded for Smartphones

Finding your way in the Arboretum just got a little easier!

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Sep 11, 2015 / Miller Library, Unit Feature / Communication Staff

Art Exhibit: Now You See It! The Slime Mold Revelation

What do evolution and the Emperor of Japan have to do with art about slime molds?

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Comprehensive Audit of Hyde Herbarium Now Complete

Thanks to dedicated volunteers, over 22,000 pressed plant specimens have been reviewed and documented.

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Mar 30, 2015 / Miller Library, Unit Feature / UWBG Communication Staff

Getting Low On Plants? Our Plant Sale Calendar Will Help!

Believe it or not, there are over 100 plant sales in the Pacific Northwest in April, including the FlorAbundance sale on April 25-26.

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Stormwater Garden gets new plants

Pacific Coast Hybrid Irises, Yucca Filamentosa, and Hebe are just a few of the plants you’ll see in the Stormwater Garden.

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Jan 10, 2014 / Research, Unit Feature / Wendy Gibble

Rare Care Wraps up a Productive Year and Preps for 2014

Rare Care will be offering a volunteer training on rare plant monitoring in Seattle on Saturday, March 1.

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Trees Cheer for Community Volunteers!

As we bid adieu to soaking April showers, let’s also wish a fond farewell to over 300 hardy volunteers that helped keep our botanic gardens beautiful.

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Grad student’s thesis work benefits rare plants

Graduate student Lauren “Ivy” Clark has been knee deep in seeds ever since
she started her Master’s work at UW.

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