Newton Arboretum and Botanical Gardens

3000 North 4th Avenue East
Newton, IA 50208

641-791-3021

The Arboretum occupies six acres of land in the southeast portion of Agnes Patterson Memorial Park along 3000 North 4th Avenue East. Over 185 individual trees of 150 species cover the grounds. The park is filled with demonstration beds including three annual beds, a mixed perennial bed, an ornamental grass bed, a rose bed, two woody shrub beds, a shade garden, a tulip bed, a hybrid rose bed, a butterfly garden, a water garden, and a native praire. The park also has a large pond and over 3,000 feet of hard surface trails. Other focal points include the Betty Allen Gazebo, the Smith Garden Arbor, the Swanger Bow Bridge, and numerous sculptures. The Arboretum was developed and is managed by Project AWAKE. 

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