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The Plant Sale is this week! Check out the list of plants available for purchase here.
2015 Plant Sale. Members' Preview: Friday, May 1, 11:00 am – 7:00 pm. General Public Sale: Saturday, May 2, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Plant-Sale-2015-PromoWEB Tyler's annual Plant Sale offers gardeners a myriad of options and hard to find trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and herbs.
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Due to weather conditions, Tyler Arboretum will be closed today, Thursday, March 5. The safety of our guests and employees is our first priority. Stay safe and warm today and check the website or social media tomorrow morning for a status update.
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We are hiring! We have positions for Summer Camp Counselors, a Visitor Center Associate, and a Seasonal Gardener for the Vegetable Demonstration Gardener that need to be filled. Visit http://www.tylerarboretum.org/about-us-2/employment/ for details and application information.
Current Opportunities. Executive Director. The Tyler Arboretum is a nonprofit public garden in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, serving the Greater Philadelphia region. One of the oldest arboreta in the northeastern United States, it encompasses 100 acres of renowned plant collections, ...
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It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our wonderful Executive Director, Rick Colbert. Rick was absolutely dedicated to Tyler Arboretum and his passion for horticulture, nature, stewardship and preservation will never be forgotten. Our thoughts are with his family and friends during this sad time.

http://www.tylerarboretum.org/tyler-mourns-loss-of-top-leader/
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We're already being bombarded with deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday on tv, radio, and in print. But what about #GivingTuesday? Tyler Arboretum is proudly supporting this global movement by offering you ways to give back with your time and your talent via specific volunteer opportunities on Dec. 2, or your monetary gifts to our Annual Fund. Stay tuned for more details!

www.tylerarboretum.org/giving
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In today's edition of Tyler Tales, Chris Lawler gives us a glimpse into the history of what is now called the South Farm ruins. 
By Chris LawlerIf you've ever crossed Painter Road while visiting Tyler to explore the Minshall and Pink Hill Trails, chances are you've come across the ruins of the South Farm barn. Just a standin...
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This is absolutely fascinating! Did you know that Tyler's Fragrant Garden was originally designed for the enjoyment of the visually-impaired? Did you also know that Helen Keller wrote us a letter about it in 1950? Check out this week's edition of Tyler Tales for more details on this intriguing--and unexpected--connection.
  By Shannon Crowe Visible from the Painter Road approach to Tyler Arboretum and nestled on the hill between the Visitor’s Center and the Barn, the Fragrant Garden has been part of the landsca...
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So happy to have Monster Tree's help with this important project!
 
Please read about Monster Tree Service of the Brandywine Valley donating their time to a historic preservation project at Tyler Arboretum.  Thank you!

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Monster Tree Service of Brandywine Valley, a full-service tree-care company serving Delaware County, Pa., and New Castle County, Del., has donated its services to assist Tyler Arboretum with the Historic Painter Plants Exhibit, an effort to showcase the history of Tyler Arboretum and the legacy ...
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Our members LOVE summer camp! We have had an amazing response during our members-only registration period (Jan 5 – Feb 13). Many of our camp weeks are already sold out! Registration opens up to the public on February 16 and we strongly encourage everyone to check our website and/or call to check availability before sending in their registration.

http://www.tylerarboretum.org/education-2/summer-camp/
Summer Camp: Fostering a Love of Nature. Tyler Arboretum's summer camps connect kids with nature as campers explore our unique and diverse ecosystems. Enthusiastic, highly-qualified staff and low student/teacher ratios facilitate fun, interactive learning through nature and stewardship projects, ...
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As a non-profit organization, Tyler Arboretum depends upon the generosity of the community, members, donors and sponsors to remain fiscally sustainable. Go to http://www.tylerarboretum.org/giving-tuesday/ to see how you can be #unselfie this #GivingTuesday!
Tyler Arboretum has joined #GivingTuesday, a first of its kind effort that will harness the collective power of a unique blend of partners—charities, families, businesses and individuals—to transform how people think about, talk about and participate in the giving season.
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Not sure what #GivingTuesday is? Check out this short video and then stay tuned for ways to give with Tyler Arboretum. Save the date--December 2 is Giving Tuesday!

Giving Tuesday 2014
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Our latest installment of Tyler Tales is up! Read all about the 19th century printing press still housed in the Painter Library at Tyler. #tbt  
By Shannon Crowe Jacob and Minshall Painter are recognized as connoisseurs of the horticulture world. For years the brothers cultivated their interests by establishing an extensive collection of pl...
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To preserve, develop, and share our diverse horticultural, historic, and natural site resources in order to stimulate stewardship and an understanding of our living world.
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Tyler Arboretum, one of the oldest and largest arboreta in the northeastern United States, is a valued community resource and cultural destination. Open year round, with 650 contiguous acres and 17 miles of hiking trails, Tyler provides a natural sanctuary for families, children, and adults – bird enthusiasts, hikers and visitors interested in history and horticulture. The Arboretum’s collections include rare plant specimens, ancient trees and historic buildings. People visit Tyler for many reasons and opportunities abound for all to learn about natural living systems through our diverse resources. Tyler Arboretum invites you to explore, learn and interact with nature today!
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