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Legacy in Bloom 20222022-05-11T07:29:50-04:00

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Spring is magnificent at Tyler, for visitors are greeted with the sight and scents of our flowering magnolias, lilacs, rhododendrons, and our spring ephemerals found throughout our woods. In each hallow, dell, stream, meadow, and trail, we see and experience the legacy of community, horticulture, and conservation left for us by the founding family and the first staff of Tyler Arboretum, a time period beginning in 1682. When we look back at how Tyler came to be, it was because people who cared for their community had a love of nature and sought out knowledge to care for both.

Today in 2022, that spirit of community, horticulture, and conservation lives on. We work together every day to steward this land we call home and leave a vibrant, balanced, and healthy ecosystem for the future. Together we can take action to provide safe food and shelter for pollinators to help combat the habitat loss they are experiencing around the world. With foresight and a spirit of resilience, we can plant species that will thrive into the future. And with dedication and a willingness to learn and grow, we can preserve and restore the artifacts of our history.

Choose from these three explorations and take a journey with us as we share Our Legacy in Bloom. We’ve also got a great series of tours and programs to help you participate in our Legacy in Bloom on-site at Tyler. Scroll down to learn more.

Upcoming Tours and Programs

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Bluebird Nesting Box Tour | Sunday, May 15 | 1:00 – 2:00 pm

A Chest Full of Stories with Miss Karen  | Wednesday, May 18 | 10:00 – 11:00 am

Richard’s Rambles – Ruins, Scenic Creeks and Spring Wildflowers | Thursday, May 19 | 10:00 am – noon

The Beauty of Spring | Multiple Dates | 11:00 am – noon

Saturday Wildflower Walk  | Saturdays | 5:00 – 7:00 pm

What Lives in the Pond? | Sunday, May 22 | 11:00 am – noon

Painter History Tour | Thursday, May 26 | 10:00 – 11:00 am

We built Tyler Connect for people who love to explore nature, garden, or to learn about conservation-wise techniques. We made it available anytime you are ready.

Visit Previous Tyler Connect Features:

The Promise of Spring

Thankfulness in Action

The Artful Arboretum

Fantastic Flowers

Discover Trees

Pollinator Paradise

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