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  • Gold Medal Garden - Garden Tour - Scott Arboretum
    5 7 The selection committee composed of some of the area s most knowledgeable horticulturists thoroughly evaluates the plants for exceptional adaptability to various cultural and environmental conditions previous tour location next tour location Garden Tour Navigation Scott Outdoor Amphitheater Biostream Isabelle Cosby Courtyard Crum Woods Scott Arboretum Entrance Garden Theresa Lang Fragrance Garden Glade Garden James R Frorer Holly Collection Metasequoia Allée John W Nason Garden Pinetum Pollinator Garden

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/gardentour/gold-garden/index.html (2016-02-11)
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  • West Garden - Garden Tour - Scott Arboretum
    trees such as a paper bark maple a Forest Pansy redbud as well as shrubs such as inkberry hollies beautybushes and rhododendrons The garden serves as an example of a residential garden with shrub and perennials borders seasonal containers and specimen shade and ornamental trees previous tour location next tour location Garden Tour Navigation Scott Outdoor Amphitheater Biostream Isabelle Cosby Courtyard Crum Woods Scott Arboretum Entrance Garden Theresa Lang Fragrance

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  • Featured Perennials Tour - Scott Arboretum
    to hear commentary from your browser Right click CTRL Click for Mac to save the link as a wav file to be used on your MP3 player or ipod Prompt Title and Number Click to Listen or Download wav file 20 Brunnera macrophylla Jack Forest 21 Lobelia x speciosa Ruby Slippers 22 Amsonia hubrichtii 23 Tricyrtis Sinonome 24 Carex siderosticha Lemon Zest 25 Chelone lyonii Hot Lips 26 Anemone x

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/special/featuredperennials.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Scott Associates' 2015 Plant Sale - Scott Arboretum
    at the Scott Arboretum and in their own gardens Dates Directions Features Dates Friday Sept 11 4 to 8 pm Special Friends Preview To become a Plant Sale Special Friend and attend our preview reception with first chance to shop contact the Scott Arboretum offices at 610 328 8025 or scott swarthmore edu Saturday Sept 12 10 am to Noon Members Shopping Scott Associates must show their membership cards for admission If you have lost or misplaced your card or would like to become a member please contact the Scott Arboretum offices at 610 328 8025 or scott swarthmore edu or click here Saturday Sept 12 Noon to 3 pm Public Shopping Shopping is open to the public Sunday Sept 13 11 am to 2 pm Public Shopping Shopping is open to the public Directions From Pennsylvania I 476 take Exit 3 Media Swarthmore At the bottom of the exit ramp follow the sign for Swarthmore and turn onto Baltimore Pike Stay in the right lane on Baltimore Pike and in less than a mile turn right onto Route 320 Be careful of the turns on Route 320 proceed to second traffic light on Rt 320 turn left onto College

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/plantsale/index.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Members' Plant Exchange and Sale - Scott Arboretum
    you can share No plants to exchange No problem You can buy plants at the sale following the exchange Hundreds of plants remain after the exchange for purchase by members Most are priced at just 1 00 The Members Plant Exchange and Sale is FUN and a great way to try new plants You can fill in those bare spots in your garden at very low cost Soon you ll find you have an enviable surplus for next year s exchange Help us make this 21st Anniversary Members Plant Exchange and Sale the most successful ever All proceeds benefit the Associates of the Scott Arboretum How to Participate The Exchange for plant donors and newly joining members Pick up free pots and labels from the Arboretum to help you get started Check out plant propagation for helpful hints on getting the most new plants out of your landscape Pot up extra perennial divisions annuals and woody plants as early as you can in the spring and bring them to the Exchange during the drop off periods Receive one token for every three plants you contribute Review The Rules on the back page of the brochure or online Come to the Exchange and spend your tokens on new plants generally priced at just one token each In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Plant Exchange plant donors will receive a bonus token The Sale for all Scott members No plants to contribute No problem Once the Exchange ends well over a thousand plants remain for sale to all Most are priced at 1 with just a few larger or exceptional woodies somewhat higher Not a Member Yet The Plant Exchange and Sale are open only to Associates of the Scott Arboretum Become a member and join the fun New members

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/MPE/index.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Plant Sale Events - Scott Arboretum
    Friend and attend our preview reception call the Scott Arboretum Offices at 610 328 8025 or scott swarthmore edu Saturday Sept 8 10 am to 1 pm Scott Associate Shopping Scott Associates must show their membership card for admission If you have lost or missplaced your card or would like to become a member please contact the Scott Arboretum Offices at 610 328 8025 or scott swarthmore edu Saturday Sept 8 1 pm to 3 pm General Admission Sunday Sept 9 10 am to 3 pm General Admission During all sale hours Plant Experts will be available Our Plant Experts volunteer throughout the Plant Sale to help answer questions about your plants and help you find the best plants for your needs They all wear vest with Plant Expert on them Please feel free to consult with them Volunteering at the Sale Volunteer at the Plant Sale and help the Arboretum fulfill its mission of getting great gardening plants in home gardens Volunteers are needed to help during the set up week before the sale break down of the Plant Sale field after the sale and during the sale itself Volunteers can work on particular committees like woody plants perennials

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/plantsale/PSevents.html (2016-02-11)
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  • North American Plant Collections Consortium Plant Collections - Gardens and Collections - Scott Arboretum
    arboreta universities governmental funding agencies and commercial database software developers It is a collaboration between Chicago Botanic Garden project director the North American Plant Collections Consortium of the American Public Gardens Association the University of Kansas Biodiversity Research Center and Natural History Museum Imbrogliare LLC Morphbank at Florida State University School of Computational Sciences BG BASE Inc BG BASE LTD UK Beijing Botanical Garden The National Trust UK and 15 other botanic gardens and arboreta This project was funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services a federal agency in the U S and by in kind contributions from the following participating institutions North American Plant Collections Consortium of the American Public Gardens Association University of Kansas Biodiversity Research Center and Natural History Museum Imbrogliare LLC Florida State University School of Computational Sciences Morphbank BG BASE Inc BG BASE UK Ltd Beijing Botanical Garden Chinese Development Partner The National Trust UK European Development Partner CSIR India Indian Development Partner Durban Botanic Garden African Development Partner Chicago Botanic Garden Ganna Walska Lotusland Huntington Art Collections Library and Botanical Gardens Missouri Botanical Garden Mt Cuba Center Inc The Morton Arboretum The North Carolina Arboretum United States National Arboretum

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/gardens/napcc.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Schedule - Scott Arboretum
    Sale sessions Plant Drop off 8 30 to 9 30 am Volunteers will help unload your plants and issue your tokens Plant donors must arrive by 9 30 to receive credit for the Exchange See notes about plant drop off and parking Refreshments 8 30 am to noon Everyone is welcome to enjoy refreshments and get to know fellow Arboretum members all morning And of course peruse the plants on the lot before 9 45 Plant Exchange for Plant Donors and New Members 10 to 10 30 am Spend your tokens now no cash accepted Please choose only one plant of a given type during the Exchange Time Out 10 30 to 10 40 am The lot is cleared so volunteers can prepare for the Sale session Plant Sale for All Members 10 40 am to noon Buy as much as you want using tokens cash or checks Sorry no credit cards Plant Drop off Plants can be dropped off in the designated loading unloading along College Ave directly in front of the Wister Center Carts will be located along the curb and volunteers will be available to help unload you car Once your plants are unloaded please park your

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