Many of the trees were blooming and the aroma of the different areas were wonderful. Colorful azaleas, rhododendrons and more of the floral varieties. We enjoyed our amble around this free and well-maintained space. We only spent two plus hours and only saw a small fraction of the arboretum. The best thing for us was all of the trees, shrubs, bushes were labeled so we could identify each item. We could also see some evidence of planned succession in the park. Great to know that this will be around for more generations to enjoy.
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