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Witchhazel is your favorite at Morris Arboretum?
February 23, 2010, Volume 56, No. 23



On Sunday, February 28, noon-2 p.m. grab your family and head over to the Morris Arboretum for a day of outdoor fun and garden exploration. Follow the prepared treasure hunt to discover the many varieties of witchhazels growing at Morris Arboretum. Ranging in color from yellow and orange to pink and red, witchhazels are some of the first harbingers of spring, and the Arboretum’s witchhazel collection is unparalleled in the area. The treasure hunt will invite visitors to compare the different varieties’ beautiful flowers and take in their heady scent. After the hunt, treat yourself to a hot chocolate and cookie at Bruno’s Café in the Lower Gallery, and then return to the Visitor Center to make a fun craft. This event is free with regular admission and registration is not required.

Come and enjoy the witchhazels all month. The treasure hunt map will be distributed at the Visitor’s Center every day in February.

For more information, please visit www.morrisarboretum.org.


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