The Camellia Collection features bloom throughout the winter months.
The Pinetum features the great diversity of conifer species. Over 200 species and 3,000 individual conifers are featured in the Arboretum
Northern Chinese red birch
Berberis (Mahonia) ‘Arthur Menzies’
Take a walk along historic Azalea Way, a 3/4 mile path through the heart of the Arboretum lined with flowering cherries, azaleas and dogwoods. Loderi Valley features large-leaved, fragrant rhododendrons sheltered by magnolias.
Rhododendron Glen contains hundreds of rhododendrons and companion plants. Our Magnolia Collection is one of the best in North America.
View over Azalea Way from Lookout Gazebo
Explore the five eco-geographic regions of the Pacific Connections Garden. See stunning hydrangeas, magnolias and sorrel trees. The Japanese Garden is a great place for a tranquil summer stroll among water features and formal plantings.
New Zealand Entry Garden
Pacific Connections Garden Shelter
Fuchsia magellanica in Chile Entry Garden
Celebrate fall with a stroll through the beautiful Woodland Garden to view one of the largest collections of Japanese maples in North America. Enjoy the vivid fall colors of sour gum, buckeye, witch hazel and more.
Visit our extensive collection of oaks and related trees. Many were among the first plantings in the Arboretum and now are of magnificent size.
Fall color in the Woodland Garden
Autumn along Azalea Way
Seasonal Tour Maps
July:Stewartia, Eucryphia species, hydrangeas, Maackia species