Laverne Dunsmore knows a thing or two about plants. He started working in raspberry fields at 9 years old. Years later he toured Brand Peony Farm, Minnesota’s first major peony grower.
If all you see outside now are lifeless fields of brown and white, you’re not looking closely enough. Naturalist Matt Schuth is ready to lead dozens of visitors on a long walk through the woods at the Arboretum on Nov. 28.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum wants to know: Which plants changed Minnesota and transformed how we live today?
Roseville Central Park is the largest park in Roseville, encompassing 225 acres that are divided into several areas, typically connected by walking and bike trails.