The Asian Garden, located between the Wolverine Exhibit and Tiger Habitat and behind the Millennium Circle, was established in 2004. Plantings in this garden are of Asian or Asian-influenced design. It has been adopted by the Arboretum as a major renovation project to rejuvenate a healthy environment and introduce new plantings as most of the original specimens succumbed to our harsh Montana climate due to weather fatigue and improper care. A Ginkgo tree was planted, as a memorial tree, in May of 2018 to begin the process and introduce visitors to the garden's unique features.
HIGHLIGHTS OF EXISTING SPECIES
Views from early summer 2018