Dig into Inspiration at the Andersen Horticultural Library
The Andersen Horticultural Library collection is a rich resource for everyone from the weekend gardener planning a perennial border to the professional horticulturist. Its vast collection of nearly 20,000 books and 300 subscriptions to magazines, newsletters, and scientific journals provides information and inspiration--from the literature of horticulture, botany, landscape architecture, and local natural history to children's books and specialized horticultural research.
Tucked within the grounds of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, a visit to the Library is an experience all its own. The high ceilings, large bay windows, and wood paneled walls of Minnesota architect Edwin Lundie's design provide a fitting surrounding for the custom-built furnishings of renowned American woodworker George Nakashima--making it an inviting and comfortable retreat for reading, reflection, and research.
Learn more and plan your visit at www.arboretum.umn.edu/library.aspx.