The university Arboretum carefully cultivates each plant to guarantee every New England season is picturesque and our campus is biodiverse. They arrange a diverse ecosystem of plants that peak at various times of year- their season of interest.
Fitzgerald Park in Mission Hill is close to becoming a level I arboretum, thanks to the help of Northeastern students and staff.
The Mills campus in Oakland will soon undergo a tree inventory process to better understand and document the many species present that will be added to Northeastern’s global arboretum collections.
Northeastern Arboretum co-ops take environmental education and engagement to the next level in their active schedules.
For five to seven days in mid-May, the dove tree is in bloom on the Boston campus.
On-campus gardening has arrived, and students will be in charge!
Artists from our community and around the world showcasing the university’s creative energy.