These two Mountain Gordlinia trees (x Gordlinia) were planted in the fall of 2019 on Tawes Plaza.
Notice anything different in front of Hornbake Library? We recently completed a renovation of Frederick Douglass Square.
Turning to hobbies can help us cope with stress, alleviate mental health issues, encourage an active lifestyle, and much more. But what if you don’t know what you'd like your hobby to be?
This April, add litter clean up to your walks, and help clean up our campus waterways!
To celebrate Earth Day, the University of Maryland Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, SustainableUMD, and NatureRx would like you to enjoy the natural areas of our urban campus while doing good for the environment.
Did you see the recent feature on our staff in The Diamondback?
At the center of McKeldin Mall, a sunny, bustling hub of crisscrossing Terps on their way to and from class, nine people dressed in all white stand completely still. One poses at the head of a bed of tulips, arms outstretched. Another slouches on the sundial, while still another lies motionless on a bench. They barely bat an eye as passersby pause, stare or even snap a picture.
What started as a family planting project for Michael Ross and his son, Andrew, turned into a significant contribution to the University of Maryland (UMD) Arboretum.