- n. Plural form of arboretum.
“These special places come in many forms: botanical gardens, arboretums, college and university gardens, glass-covered conservatories, nature centers, even zoos, where you may find flora from the habitat of the fauna on display.”
“From the cities of Seattle to San Diego to Macon, Georgia and arboretums from Brooklyn to St. Louis to Woodside, California -- Americans rejoice as Japanese flowering cherries bring warm smiles and the joy of spring to our proud nation.”
“It is four hundred acres of trails and arboretums and gardens.”
“Her characters patrol the hallways of the museum, haunting its arboretums, lecture halls, menageries and aquariums, creeping among its waxworks, scientific-ish dioramas and oddball memorabilia.”
“The feature combines local vineyards, wine tastings, bed & breakfasts, arboretums, bike trails �� "all in our area ��" with websites and resources for taking advantage of these sustainably minded and priced local luxuries.”
“I normally include plant information from not for profits, like arboretums, but this had the best information.”
“The thrill-seekers descend en mass, navigating around these strange arboretums which they cannot enter.”
“From Google Earth, the arboretums resolve into curlicued, self-interlacing parterres.”
“Wonderful … My hope is that other arboretums can incorporate or expand this idea into what sometimes can be a rather stuffy boring experience for the uninitiated.”
“I understand that museums and arboretums are a big deal, but in Knoxville, Tennessee in the mid-60s?”
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