Celebrate Earth Day at the Outer Banks Arboretum

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Celebrate Earth Day and learn more about Azaleas!

With a Talk & Tour!

Join the Master Gardener℠ volunteers of Dare County at the

Outer Banks Arboretum & Teaching Garden as we celebrate Earth Day.

April 22th  ~  Drizzle or Shine

For an Azalea Talk & Arboretum Tour

There will be two 45 min programs. 
Programs start at 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Programs are free & No registration is required


Learn more about Azaleas! They provide spectacular flower masses and a range of colors; from red to pink to white. Their plant forms and foliage make a wonderful addition to most landscapes. Azaleas have a number of species and cultivars, many of them native, and can be grown here on the Outer Banks.


The Outer Banks Arboretum & Teaching Garden is located adjacent to the

Thomas A. Baum Senior Center 300 Mustian St, Kill Devil Hills.

It is a free, open park with wheelchair-accessible pathways that are available to the public from dawn until dusk, 365 days a year.

More information about the Outer Banks Arboretum and Teaching Garden