Louisiana State University

Hilltop Arboretum

The LSU Hilltop Arboretum Hilltop is an integral part of the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, which uses the arboretum in its research, teaching, and service activities.The arboretum's 14 beautiful acres in Baton Rouge showcase an extensive collection of Louisiana native trees and shrubs. The grounds are open to the public and include the Imo Brown Complex, which has several facilities available for special events.

11855 Highland Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70810

Place Type

Administrative, Outdoors

Phone

225-767-6916

Website

lsu.edu

Upcoming Events

Discover Nature Program: Leave No Trace ~ Backwood Ethics

Featuring Thomas Rogers Outdoor Ethics is a national organization that protects the outdoors by teaching and inspiring people to enjoy it responsibly. The...

7/23 6:30pm
Discover Nature Program: The Magic of Hummingbirds

Featuring Jane Patterson Even people who are not otherwise enamored of birds adore hummingbirds. And how can you not? They are tiny flying jewels that...

9/24 6:30pm
PlantFest! 2019 Teaser

Featuring: Brian Sean Early Post-Program: “Walk-About” through Hodge Podge Nursery to Follow The annual pre-sale PlantFest! Teaser will feature Brian Sean...

9/29 12:30pm
PlantFest! 2019

PlantFest! offers the best opportunity to learn from Hilltop’s family of gardeners! New for this year, shoppers can enter the gate to the arboretum at Pecan...

10/5 9am
PlantFest! 2019

PlantFest! offers the best opportunity to learn from Hilltop’s family of gardeners! New for this year, shoppers can enter the gate to the arboretum at Pecan...

10/6 12pm

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