Popcorn Cassia in bloom at the Secret Garden
Arboretum – Tempe campus
On Nov. 20, 1990, the ASU Tempe campus was officially dedicated an arboretum by former ASU President Lattie F. Coor. The grounds of the Tempe campus are open and accessible to the public.
The ASU Arboretum collection is registered with the North American Plant Collections Consortium and the American Association of Botanic Gardens and Arboretum.
Arboretum programming is funded by Facilities Management, Grounds Services and the Friends of the Arboretum, an ASU Foundation Associate Fund. The Arboretum at ASU is managed by the Facilities Management Ground Services department.
|Arboretum Tree Tour||Mobile friendly tour of the Tempe campus Arboretum|
|Campus Harvest||2015 Winner of the President's Sustainability Award|
|Date Palm Germplasm||ASU's Date Palm Germplasm is one of only four date palm germplasms in the U.S.|
|Donate||Donate to Friends of the Arboretum|
|Internships||Earn course credit through SoLS at the Arboretum|
|Tree Campus USA||ASU Arbor Day and Tree Campus Service learning projects|
|Volunteer Program||Get involved with the Arboretum|