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Utah State University Arboretum


Utah State University Arboretum


"Utah state University boasts an impressive collection of trees. Having a foundation on their land-grant distinction they pride themselves on their diverse extensive urban forest of over 7000 trees. The logan campus has 30+ state championship trees. Some of the most impressive trees from those are: Yellow Buckeye Aesculus flava, a White Spruce Picea glauca, a European Turkey Oak Quercus cerris, and a Chinkapin Oak Quercus muehlenbergii.

Along with historic native trees the university also includes trees unique to Utah. Some of our most unique include: Caster Aralia Kalopanax septemlobus, Pond Cypress Taxodium ascendens and a Western red cedar Thuja plicata. These trees are planted across the logan campus, but many are located on our Old Main Hill. Also on Old main is a popular cottonwood tree, affectional nicknamed Woodrow by some of the community. The university continues to strive for excellence in our collection, aiming for healthy, diverse and hardy trees and will continue to grow its collection and resources. "


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