Translation of arboretum in Spanish:


arboreto, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɑːbəˈriːtəm//ˌɑrbəˈridəm/

nounPlural arboreta, Plural arboretums

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    (vivero con fines científicos) arboreto masculine
    • At the northeast corner of the arboretum is the wooden Tree House.
    • Before you buy, take advantage of the abundant references on gardening at local libraries, universities, arboretums, parks where trees are identified, native plant and gardening clubs, and nurseries.
    • The oxygen sensor was inserted through the bark side in the same way as for the trees in the arboretum.
    • For the millennium the hotel planted 600 trees to create an arboretum.
    • More than a thousand conkers had been harvested from the arboretum's 102 horse chestnut trees for use in a variety of games.
    • During this period, Corona planted a new arboretum and created the bog garden and a walk was completed from the lodge to the house.
    • Visit native plant nurseries and local botanical gardens and arboreta to learn which ones best fit your site.
    • By being very ‘kid friendly,’ many botanical gardens and arboretums are attracting a wider array of visitors, thanks to the addition of gardens designed especially for children.
    • Observing different shrubs in a nearby arboretum, nursery, or on neighboring land can be helpful in making your choices.
    • Each year more than 500,000 visitors from all parts of the world visit the 9,000 different kinds of plants growing at the arboretum.
    • This text was assembled by two botanists at the Morris Arboretum, the official arboretum of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
    • Partners - include other herbaria, museums, arboreta, and/or botanic gardens
    • Each year, millions of people visit participating gardens and arboreta where they can view and learn about native plant resources that most will probably never see in the wild.
    • It is one of the first trees in the arboretum to come into leaf and flowers prolifically with large creamy/pink blossoms in spring.
    • ‘There were all the signs of it being a spectacular autumn but if you look around the arboretum a lot of trees are still green,’ he said.
    • The Center for Plant Conservation, housed at the Missouri Botanical Garden, has organized a network of arboreta that keep endangered plants from across the United States.
    • Like aquaria, arboreta and botanical gardens do not always include historical treatments, but some do and many should.
    • The tree photographed here, a fine old weeping variety, is among the five dozen kinds of flowering cherries in the arboretum's collection.
    • Founded in 1984, the Center is supported by a consortium of 29 botanical gardens and arboreta throughout the United States.
    • Since that time a botanical garden and an arboretum for native and endangered Hawaiian plants have been established in Waimea Valley.