PLEASE NOTE: A planned power outage means Tyler Arboretum will close to visitors at
2 pm on Friday, April 29. We’ll be open as usual from 9 am on April 30.
Thanks for your understanding.
Members Preview: Friday, May 6, 11 am – 7 pm
General public sale: Saturday, May 7, 9 am-3 pm
This year, take Tyler home with a selection of plants from our meadows, trails, and collections to enjoy in your garden.
Find your Favorite Lilac
New varieties and old favorites for every niche in the garden.
Free Garden Consultations with Award Winning Designers
Email Julia at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
610-566-9134, ext. 205 to schedule. Spaces limited.
Create a Fabulous Container with our pre-mixed selection of
container plants – or design your own with our Plant Experts.
Hard to find varieties for the plant enthusiast
Members! Shop Friday for the best selection!
5% member discount on plant purchases on Friday and Saturday.
Be sure to look at the list of woody and perennial plants available for sale. Please note, the list is by no means everything that will be available. We’re also offering lots of vegetables, annuals, herbs,
and a lot more.
For those people in need of more detail on the woody and perennial plants available at this year’s sale, here’s a list (please note, this is an 89-page PDF).
And calling all herb fans, don’t panic: you have NOT been forgotten. Here’s a list of the herbs we’ll have available to add to your collection.
Our sincere thanks to this year’s Plant Sale donors:
Pleasant Run Nursery
Redbud Native Plant Nursery
Sam Browns Wholesale Nursery
Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College
Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
19th Annual Woody Plant Conference Click here to learn more.
at Swarthmore College
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Lang Performing Arts Center, Swarthmore, PA
This popular, day-long conference focuses on great woody plants for the Mid-Atlantic States and how to use them in the landscape.
About Tyler One of the oldest and largest arboreta in the northeastern United States, Tyler Arboretum’s heritage dates to 1681, when the land that makes up Tyler was acquired from William Penn by Thomas Minshall. Today, Tyler is a valued community resource and cultural destination. Open year round (except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day ), with 650 acres and 17 miles of hiking trails, Tyler provides a natural sanctuary for families, children, and adults interested in history, nature, and horticulture. Tyler Arboretum invites you to connect, explore, and grow with nature today.