People strolling through The Arboretum at Penn State are likely to see more winged creatures visiting the many flowering plants with the recent opening of the long-awaited Pollinator and Bird Garden.
Construction of the 3-acre Pollinator and Bird Garden began in the fall of 2019. Workers will be putting the finishing touches on the planting beds in the first few days of operation.
This major addition to the H.O. Smith Botanic Gardens, which will increase the acreage of developed gardens by more than 60%, is unique in its ambitious design and intent, according to Arboretum staff.
To accomplish its goals for the new garden, the Arboretum worked with a
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