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My first time to go inside the arboretum was today, even though I walked past this place many times already. This arboretum is quite small. Because of its elevated location, it offers good views of ASU Lot 59 too.
Arboretum is the singular form of...More
ASU's arboretum, tucked behind the Wells Fargo Arena, is a lovely respite from the bustle of the campus of the largest university in the country. But the arboretum is also very small. One can walk across it in about a minute or two.
The Arboretum at Arizona State University is truly a "natural" wonder! It was created decades ago by my friend and fellow ASU staff member, Don Dickerman. Don worked in Facilities for years and was responsible for all of the grounds of the campus. Don came...More
As homeschoolers from Canada, we were thrilled to find that there was a homeschool field trip scheduled when we were visiting. We joined in and met some other families, and spent a lovely day exploring trees and plants from all over. The kids wondered how...More
Nice collection. Pretty well maintained. Lot of water used in the desert. Especially for a University claiming to be the leader in sustainabilty. The grass is important, especially for the football field. Do not want it to go to waste in the farms to the...More