Plumeria Walking Tour - The Arboretum
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Saturday, August 23; 11:00AM - 12:00PM

Plumeria Walking Tour

About This Event

James E. Henrich, the Arboretum’s curator of living collections, will lead this tour through our plumeria collection. Commonly known for the Hawaiian flower used to make Melia Lei’s, Plumeria flowers are sought after around the globe. Find out how they were acquired by the Arboretum, the variety of fragrances and much more. Meet at the sycamore tree at the top of Tallac Knoll.

August 30: Around the Lagoon; Frank McDonough, botanical information specialist

September 7: Bamboos and Cycads; Timothy R. Phillips, Arboretum superintendent

October 18: Floss-Silk Trees; Frank McDonough, botanical information specialist


Free with admission; members free

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One in a series of Arboretum Spotlights with staff experts.

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