As the quarterly magazine of the Arnold Arboretum, Arnoldia has a long history of publishing interdisciplinary writing about trees and other temperate woody plants. The magazine was established as the Bulletin of Popular Information in 1911. The Arboretum's founding director, Charles Sprague Sargent, viewed the publication as a means of alerting visitors to the "flowering of important plants" in the Arboretum's collections. The magazine has expanded considerably over the decades, becoming an essential forum for idea-driven conversations about trees and other temperate woody plants.
In this archive, you can browse and search PDFs of the entire publication history. Arnoldia can also be found on Biodiversity Heritage Library and on JSTOR.
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