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The Ambler Arboretum of Temple University has evolved from its founding as the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women in 1911 into an educational landscape serving Temple students, researchers, and the surrounding community today.
Encompassing Temple University's entire 187-acre Ambler Campus, the Arboretum includes themed gardens, natural woodlands and meadows, and historic structures. In addition, the Greenhouse Education and Research Complex supports an extensive tropical plant collection used primarily for undergraduate student learning.
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Arboretum map
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A large number of trees are newly planted since 2021, when a tornado caused extensive damage to the historic tree canopy.
This canopy re-establishment project is expected to continue for several years.