This arboretum is young and a work in progress. Many volunteers contribute to it. One outstanding new addition is the display of a number of large stone and/or metal sculptures. These art works are for sale and the arboretum gets a commission. In the meantime, anyone can wander the grounds and enjoy them. The scale of some of these pieces is huge and they all are impressive. We also especially enjoyed the quarry garden on a hot summer day. The walk there was mostly in the shade (through the hosta garden). At the quarry garden, you can take a comfortable seat while you look at the alpine and dry-adapted plants nested among the stones. We will definitely be going back to explore more of this lovely spot.
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