The Outer Banks Arboretum and Teaching Garden

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The Outer Banks Arboretum and Teaching Garden

Located adjacent to the Thomas A. Baum Senior Center in Kill Devil Hills, the OBX Arboretum and Teaching Garden is a free, open park with wheelchair accessible pathways that are available to the public from dawn until dusk, 365 days a year. On Wednesday mornings from 9:00 to 11:00 from March through November, visit the OBX Arboretum and Teaching Garden to talk to a Master Gardener at their Greenline booth. You may also call Greenline at (252) 473-4290 or email your questions to greenlineobx@gmail.com any time of the year. The OBX Arboretum and Teaching Garden a great place to walk, enjoy seasonal color, learn about plants that grow well on the Outer Banks, and savor our forested local landscape. Dogs are welcome, but only if accompanied by a responsible, leashed human. Come, visit the garden!DSC_0317IMG_1638

For more information about the Outer Banks Arboretum and Teaching Garden or the Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program, contact the Dare County Center of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension located at 517 Budleigh Street, Manteo NC 27954. Call Shannon Brooks at 252-473-4290 or email sebrooks@ncsu.edu