Bartlett Arboretum Topo Map

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A living showcase of trees, shrubs, plants, and flowers, the Bartlett Arboretum of the University of Connecticut at Stamford offers opportunities to explore living bamboo, a collection of “witches’ broom” trees, a secluded garden, a collection of nut trees, a bog walk, and several woodland trails—all in addition to educational programs for the public and professionals in horticulture and plant science. A variety of workshops and occasional plant sales are offered as well. Walkers of all ages and abilities can enjoy the unblazed but well-defined trails that crisscross the mixed-hardwood forest, a red maple swamp, Poorhouse Brook, and a two-acre pond on the sixty-three-acre preserve. One may observe and study the trees, wildlife, and wildflowers. An interesting feature is a sturdy boardwalk winding through the swamp and bog areas—fun in springtime when turtles and frogs are abundant. A perennial garden is sure to inspire any gardener seeking fresh ideas. It is not necessary to take a guided tour, and any time is a good time to visit. There is something of interest taking place at all times and in every season at the arboretum.
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Stamford, Connecticut

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