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  • Kendall Forest Preserve to remove hundreds of infested trees

    Kendall Forest Preserve to remove hundreds of infested trees
    The Kendall County Forest Preserve District will spend more than $25,000 it did not budget this year to remove trees infested with the emerald ash borer.
  • How to help damaged evergreen shrubs rebound from 'winter burn'

     How to help damaged evergreen shrubs rebound from 'winter burn'
    As the cold winter draws toward its end, gardeners start to notice the toll it takes on some shrubs. Worried homeowners already have started calling the Plant Clinic of The Morton Arboretum about their brown and discolored evergreens, says Doris Taylor,...

    ComEd's charity scheme

    Regarding the letter by the president and CEO of the Morton Arboretum (“ComEd’s many charitable donations,” Voice of the People, March 1), most people have no issue with the donation of funds by ComEd to the Morton Arboretum or any other...

    Force spring's hand by bringing branches to bloom indoors

    Force spring's hand by bringing branches to bloom indoors
    One way we can get a taste of spring a little early is to force branches into flower. It's easy to do, according to Kris Bachtell, vice president of collections and facilities at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle. "Forcing" means bringing plants indoors...

    ComEd assists non-profits

    The Morton Arboretum has been the beneficiary of ComEd’s corporate philanthropy, as have many other area not-for-profit organizations. ComEd’s volunteers work to support the Arboretum’s mission to plant and protect trees for a greener,...