Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at Austin information

The Texas Arboretum

Arboretum (arboreta, pl.) - a place where trees or shrubs are cultivated for their educational and scientific interest.

200 years in the making, the Mollie Steves Zachry Texas Arboretum located in an area of deeper soils suitable for growing a large number of tree species. Developed as a classic arboretum, this will be an interpreted systematic collection where visitors can learn about the diversity of Texas trees in a relatively compact area. The ground plane will be maintained in simple sweeps of native grasses and wildflowers, and pathways will connect different groupings of trees. A major emphasis will be placed on Texas oaks, but many other woody species will also be included. The arboretum will serve as a resource for tree-identification, field trips, and outdoor classes, and will be the centerpiece for the Wildflower Centerís tree-related educational programs and events.

Plant List View The Texas Arboretum collection in NPIN.