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Returning to Holden for the first time in summer rather than on April's Arbor Day, performers of the Great Lakes Timber Show had their first look at the arboretum in full green foliage.
Now through Aug. 31, the arboretum is offering $1 general garden admission and $1 admission to the Rory Meyers Children's Adventure Garden.
A spokeswoman for the arboretum said the vehicle was parked in a lot on the far east side of the grounds.
Improvements also include an 800-seat amphitheater; expanded parking event spaces; and improvements on 38 acres of gardens, pathways, water features and a three-quarter-mile sculpture trail on the Kemper Farm property adjacent to the arboretum.
On Wednesday, arboretum staff said Glory had moved about five feet down the tree.
Cal State Fullerton students work at the campus arboretum alongside teens and young adults emancipating out of the foster care system to grow produce that is then incorporated into meals served at an off-campus cafe.
Dogs at Holden: Dogs on a leash are welcome at the arboretum but not in the Myrtle S. Holden Wildflower Garden.
Other amenities would include a dog park at the south end of the 7.6-acre property and outdoor grilling areas, a disc golf course and an arboretum at the north end of the property.
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Origin and Etymology of arboretum
First Known Use: 1796See Words from the same year
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: a place where trees and plants are grown in order to be studied or seen by the public
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