Campus Resources: Arboretum Nature is the art of God. -Dante

How to get there!

History of the Fullerton Arboretum:

Largest botanical garden in Orange County over 26-acres with a collection of over 4,000 plants,

Home of the Heritage House, which was built in 1896.

Hours of Operation: 8:00 A.M - 4:30 P.M.

Services Offered:

Memberships: Range from $50 to $10,000 dollars

Offers benefits such as pre-sales and membership discounts.

Classes: Such as culinary classes, nature photography and yoga to name a few.

Photography permits

Tours by volunteer nature guides

Event Reservations

Best time to go is in the spring!

Interview Q:A

Q1: What are some interesting facts about the Arboretum? Botanic Garden that is 40 years old, started by faculty and students in the 70's.

Q2: What are the types of wildlife that live here? A large variety of birds, skunks, possums, turtles, and coyotes.

Q3: What is the cost to attend? Free for everyone, recommended donation is five dollars. Charge for large events such as weddings and meetings.

Interviewee

Greg Pongetti

Living Collections Curator

Phone: (657)278-3407 Email: farboretum@fullerton.edu

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