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340 South 14th Street,
Bickelhaupt Arboretum is a non-profit 14 acres arboretum located at Clinton, Iowa. It is an outdoor museum of select, labeled trees, shrubs, ground covers, perennials and annual flowers. The arboretum was established by Bob and Frances Bickelhaupt around their home and given to the public in 1970.
1875 Peach Ave.
Madrid, IA 50156
A visit to the Iowa Arboretum’s 378-acre facility located in scenic, rural Boone County is an experience you won’t want to miss. This site offers 40 acres developed as a ‘Library of Living Plants’ showcasing hundreds of species of trees, shrubs and flowers in a tranquil scenic setting. The Iowa Arboretum displays the largest and most diverse display of plants that can be successfully grown in Iowa.
Lilac Arboretum and Children’s Forest
1900 McKinley Avenue
Des Moines, Iowa
The Lilac Arboretum and Children’s Forest, sometimes also known as the Ewing Lilac Arboretum, is located in Ewing Park at 1900 McKinley Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa.
County of Muscatine, Iowa
The Muscatine Arboretum (15 acres) is an arboretum in Muscatine, Iowa, adjacent to the Muscatine Environmental Learning Center at 3300 Cedar Street. The purpose of the Muscatine Arboretum is to establish a permanent collection of plants for education, research, conservation and beautification in harmony with the objectives of the Muscatine County Environmental Discovery Center.
Newton Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
4th St. North Beltline
The arboretum is about 3 acres of gardens, native trees, shrub roses, ornamental grasses and annual and perennial beds. A Learning Center will be built within the year to accomodate seminars and classes.
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