Maxwell Arboretum has 2 locations:
- City Campus Gardens, 13th & R Street. The City Campus Gardens include the Andrews and Burnett Gardens (perennials), the Cather Garden (native wildflowers, grasses, trees and shrubs), the Donaldson Garden (exotic trees, conifers and oaks), the Love Garden (trees, shrubs, and perennials at the campus entrance), and the Sheldon Garden (contemporary sculpture against a backdrop of mature trees, water gardens and native plant displays).
- East Campus Gardens, 30th and Center Drive just west of the Dental College. The East Campus Gardens include the Maxwell Arboretum (5 acres of five acres displaying 420 varieties of native and exotic species of plants with special collections of hosta and lilacs), the Fleming Slope (perennials), the Magdaline Pfister Appreciation Iris Garden, the Old Mall (trees and shrubs), and The Porch and Old Rose Garden, and the Yeutter Garden (shrubs, perennials and rock plantings).
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The Earl G. Maxwell Arboretum (2 hectares/5 acres) is an arboretum and botanical garden located on the East Campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Lincoln, Nebraska.
The arboretum began more than 50 years ago when Earl G. Maxwell began to plant trees on the campus. It was subsequently dedicated as the second site of the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum.
Mature oaks include specimens of black, bur, English, pin, sawtooth, shingle, shumard, and swamp white varieties. Other trees include blue ash, chestnut, pawpaw, sweetgum, Black Tupelo, and Scots Pine. Additional plants include lilacs, cold-hardy rhododendrons, and viburnums, as well as over 80 hosta cultivars, and a 1-acre (4,000 m2) prairie with native wildflowers and bluestem and Indian grass.
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Alice Abel Arboretum is a 25 acres (10 hectares) arboretum located at 5000 St. Paul Street on the campus of Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Nebraska Statewide Arboretum, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Nebraska Gardens. ILoveGardens.com.
The Secret Life of Trees - Photo Journal - WSJ http://goo.gl/3fcZ4