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50,000 Pumpkins!

As they do every year, the Dallas Arboretum is holding a pumpkin festival, “Pumpkin Village,” which makes artistic use of perhaps the most maligned and abused of American vegetables.  Through November 21, 2012, these unique displays of the mighty gourd prove they’re not just for Halloween jack-o-lanterns or medieval cannon fodder.

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Picture of the Day

Tulips stand proudly in the DeGolyer Gardens at the Dallas Arboretum.  Landscape architects Arthur and Marie Berger designed the 4.5-acre DeGolyer Gardens in 1940.

 

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Cherry blossom trees at the Dallas Arboretum.  This weekend they’re hosting a Hanami, or cherry blossom viewing, by the Japanese-American Society to honor the victims of last year’s earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

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