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ARS News Articles

U.S. National Arboretum To Re-Open to the Public Seven-Days A Week
Apr 02, 2015
First Linkage Map of Creeping Bentgrass Completed
Oct 31, 2014
Peter Raven Receives U.S. National Arboretum's Medal of Excellence
Jun 17, 2014
Three Scientists Named to ARS Science Hall of Fame
Sep 11, 2013
Three Scientists Named to ARS Science Hall of Fame
Sep 11, 2013
Scientists Rely on High-tech Eyes to Spy on Microscopic World
Aug 12, 2013
Scientists Rely on High-tech Eyes to Spy on Microscopic World
Aug 12, 2013
Hidden Elm Population May Hold Genes to Combat Dutch Elm Disease
Mar 30, 2011
A Green Way to Cap an Old Landfill
Feb 09, 2011
Dr. Colien Hefferan Named Director of U.S. National Arboretum
Dec 03, 2010
Potential Hemlock Hybrids Tolerant to Invasive Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
Nov 10, 2010
New Hydrangea Cultivars for Landscape Gardens
Apr 27, 2010
Three Scientists Inducted into ARS Science Hall of Fame
Sep 16, 2009
Arboretum Opens New "Living Gardens Catalog" Exhibit
Jun 01, 2009
National Arboretum Unveils First Solar-Powered Irrigation System
Apr 27, 2009
Two Scientists Inducted into ARS Hall of Fame
Sep 10, 2008
USDA "Power Plants" Exhibit to Open at National Arboretum
Jun 20, 2008
Wanted: Trees for Urban Landscapes
Oct 11, 2007
Preserving Genetic Variety of Valuable Specialty Crops
Oct 10, 2007
Threat to Grapevines and Gardens Now Easier to Pinpoint
Jun 19, 2007
Private-Public Effort Aims to Develop Biobased Nursery Pots
Jun 14, 2006
Jefferson Trees Resistant to Dutch Elm Disease
Jun 13, 2006
ARS Research Plant Pathologist to Present a Paper at the APS Pacific Division Meeting
Jun 13, 2006
Arboretum Scientist Brings Back Boxwood From Far-Flung Places
May 18, 2006
Two New Lilacs From the U.S. National Arboretum
May 02, 2006
Black Pearl: Beauty With a Bite
Apr 26, 2006
Johanns Recognizes Four ARS Scientists
Dec 07, 2005
New Korean Beauty at U.S. National Arboretum
Dec 06, 2005
USDA Announces Plans for Classical Chinese Garden at Arboretum
Aug 12, 2005
Arboretum Hosts 5th World Bonsai Convention
May 27, 2005
National Herb Garden Celebrates 25th Anniversary
May 20, 2005
Arboretum Highlights the Science of Systematics
Jul 28, 2004
Arboretum Pitches in to Clean up Chesapeake Bay Tributary
Jul 23, 2004
Arboretum Scientist Releases Boxwood Encyclopedia
Jun 04, 2004
100th Anniversary of Washington's Cherry Blossoms Celebrated
Apr 02, 2004
Pretty New Pepper Plants Developed by ARS
Mar 18, 2004
Arboretum Provides Breathtaking, Hassle-Free Cherry Blossom Viewing
Feb 26, 2004
Amaryllis Featured in Arboretum Exhibit
Dec 12, 2003
National Bonsai and Penjing Museum--a Sight to Behold
Jun 11, 2003
Ceremony Marks National Bonsai, Penjing Museum Reopening
May 08, 2003
Protecting Prized Elms: Disease Bacterium Identified
Jan 09, 2003
Arboretum To Be Featured on Cable TV Show
Nov 15, 2002
Lady Bird Johnson Receives First Arboretum Gold Medal Award
Oct 03, 2002
Spectacular Water Lilies Add to Celebration
Sep 17, 2002
Tallying the Trees in the Nation's Capital
Sep 11, 2002
Arboretum Awards Medal to Lady Bird Johnson
Jun 11, 2002
U.S. National Arboretum--Still Beautiful at 75
May 29, 2002
In Its 75th Anniversary Year, Arboretum Hosts International Bonsai Symposium
May 17, 2002
Secy. Veneman Launches Arboretum's 75th Anniversary
Mar 08, 2002
Renovations to Bonsai Museum Under Way
Nov 08, 2001
The National Arboretum Is 16-Time Gold Medal Winner
Oct 18, 2001
Fragrant New Lilac for Warmer Climates
Oct 26, 2000
Faster Detection of Plum Pox
Jul 11, 2000
Biotech Bouquet in the Works
Jul 14, 1999
Historic Cherry Trees from Japan Given New Life
Mar 24, 1999
"Forgotten" Camellia Extends Flower's Growing Area
Oct 23, 1998
Flower Classic Gets a New Fire--and Double Life
Sep 03, 1998
Brazilian Designer Genes May Make Hotter U.S. Petunias
Apr 30, 1998
New Test For Cucumber Mosaic Virus
Mar 04, 1998
Common Sense Protects Trees from Leaf Scorch
Feb 17, 1998
Two Colorful New Maples Resist Bugs, Cold
Jan 05, 1998
To Guard Mums, Spice the Fungi
Dec 31, 1997
Scientists Teach an Old Christmas Plant New Tricks
Dec 22, 1997
Floral Gems Coming To D.C.: Flower Power Saves South African Ecosystem
Oct 10, 1997
Detecting Geranium Viruses
Jun 27, 1997
Exhibit Displays Versatility of Bamboo
Jun 10, 1997
New Viburnum Wins a Gold
Mar 11, 1997
National Arboretum Celebrates 70 Years of Scientific Discovery
Mar 04, 1997
Last Modified: 12/5/2011