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About Our Auction
Welcome to our 2022 Arboretum Plant Sale Auction!
We are excited once again to be offering you some amazing plants on our on-line auction.
The plant sale is usually a huge fund-raiser for The Arboretum and the funds raised help with the on-going maintenance and development of The Arboretum; a 408 acre living museum of plant collections, gardens, forests, biodiversity, conservation and research projects and public outreach programs tucked amidst the University of Guelph campus.
Fund-raising is very imporant to help with our living plant collections and grounds and their continued growth and care, even while so many of our income sources were limited by the pandemic.
Should you wish to support us by a donation other than through this plant sale please visit our donation page on our website: https://www.uoguelph.ca/arboretum/dedicationsanddonations
We are also hosting our annual in-person Arb Expo this year September 9 - 10, 2022. Friday evening will feature an event entitled "SoundBound" and Saturday will feature a selection of free tours and other events. Registration is required for many of the tours / events. To register and view more information please visit our website at: https://arboretum.uoguelph.ca/educationandevents/plantsale
Thank you for taking the time to visit us this year at our Virtual Plant Sale. Enjoy browsing and we hope you find that special plant you are looking for. Thank you for your support!
About Arboretum, University of Guelph
The Arboretum encompasses 400 acres adjacent to campus featuring plant collections, gardens, walking trails, natural woodlands, wetlands, and meadows. Established in 1970, The Arboretum is home to more than 2000 different taxa of woody plants, in thematic collections such as a synoptic World of Trees, Native Trees of Ontario, and noteworthy collections of Oaks, Beeches, Maples, and Conifers.
We connect people with nature and enhance teaching, research, and outreach at the University. The Arboretum is integral to many undergraduate courses, and acts as a 'living laboratory', providing support, expertise, and a wide variety of plants, species, and environments for researchers at all levels. We offer dozens of workshops and public programs annually, and serve as a beautiful venue for special events.
Our strong focus on conservation of woody plants native to Ontario is implemented through long-running initiatives such as the Rare Woody Plants of Ontario program. We archive, in living gene banks, representative specimens of rare and at-risk trees and shrubs of the province. Through our Elm Recovery Project we are breeding a genetically diverse, Ontario-sourced American Elm population that is tolerant of Dutch Elm Disease.
American Hazel (ID#14)
Corylus americana x2
Bald Cypress (ID#6)
Eastern Flowering Dogwood (ID#3)
Japanese Bigleaf Magnolia (ID#50)
Kentucky Wisteria (ID#31)
Wisteria frutescens var. macrostachya
Korean Rhododendron or Genkai Azalea (ID#41)
Rhododendron mucronulatum var. ciliatum
Riparian Oak (ID#48)
Quercus x riparia
Summer Grape (ID#10)
Virgin’s Bower (ID#44)