Lewis W. Barton Arboretum at Medford Leas (Medford)
Sponsored by the Estaugh, a not-for-profit corporation guided by Quaker principles, Medford Leas is a community for those age 55+ with campuses in Medford and Lumberton, NJ. The entire 200 plus acreage of the campuses is designated as the Barton Arboretum and Nature Preserve of Medford Leas and is open to the public, featuring landscaped areas, meadow, natural woodlands, and specimen trees.
Linwood Arboretum (Linwood)
The Linwood Arboretum is a vestpocket public garden emphasizing uncommon woody plants suited for four-season residential landscaping in New Jersey’s southern coastal plain. Built in 2009, it is one of the newest public gardens in New Jersey. Its focus is to educate and showcase plants people can use in the small spaces they may typically have available around their homes.
Sister Mary Grace Burns Arboretum at Georgian Court University (Lakewood)
The Sister Mary Grace Burns Arboretum of Georgian Court University houses a collection of exotic and native woody plants on 75 acres of the former George Jay Gould estate, a National Historic Landmark, featuring four major 1900-era gardens, Japanese, Sunken, Formal, and Italian, with original statuary and sculpture. Visitors will also see a NJ native plant garden, vegetated roof, holly collection, sweet pepperbush (Clethra) collection, magnolia collection, and a wellness garden featuring over 70 species of plants used medicinally.