The Morton Arboretum

CPC institution Code: MORT
Quercus oglethorpensis
About

The Morton Arboretum, a magnificent botanical garden of trees, specializes in the display and study of trees, shrubs, and vines. Beautiful gardens and landscapes are found throughout the Arboretum's 1,700 acres. More than 30,000 plants, representing 3,600 different types of plants from around the world, provide research scientists, horticulturists, arborists, teachers, students, and homeowners with a wealth of information. A world-renowned Research Program develops new trees, studies how trees endure in urban environments, and saves endangered plants. An extensive Education Program brings this knowledge to a wide array of students, including children, and our 300,000 visitors.

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Taxon Family Global Rank Legal Status Sponsorship Status
Abies fraseri Pinaceae Sponsored
Asclepias meadii Apocynaceae Sponsored
Quercus arkansana Fagaceae G3 Available
Quercus georgiana Fagaceae G3 Available
Quercus oglethorpensis Fagaceae Available
Quercus acerifolia Fagaceae G1 Available
Quercus boyntonii Fagaceae G1 Available
Scirpus hallii Cyperaceae Sponsored
Quercus havardii Fagaceae Available

Conservation Contacts

Gerard T. Donnelly, Ph.D.
President and CEO
Murphy Westwood, Ph.D.
Director of Global Tree Conservation
Cathy Bechtoldt, M.S.
Science and Conservation Program Manager
Matthew Lobdell, M.S.
Curator of Living Collections
Sean Hoban, Ph.D.
Tree Conservation Biologist