Rowe Arboretum

Rowe Arboretum
4600 Muchmore Road
Indian Hill, Ohio 45243
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About Rowe Arboretum
The Arboretum was founded by Stanley M. Rowe, Sr. and his wife Dorothy Snowden Rowe in 1926. It was then that they decided to start collecting trees and shrubs to reforest this ridge which was previously used for farming and pasture. The first project consisted of planting a few thousand seedlings from the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Forestry. The first trees were Red Oaks, European Larch, White Pine, and Scotch Pine. Over the years of trial-and-error plantings, their hobby grew to an accumulation of four to five thousand different types of trees and shrubs.

The idea was to experiment and try to grow everything that could live in this climate. Conifers were one of the Rowe family’s favorite plant types. Since the Arboretum is slightly over nine acres in size, the policy is to specialize as much as possible in the evergreen plant world. We hope you enjoy the collections as much as our founders did.
From Rowe Arboretum webpage