The Andalusia Foundation is excited to be awarded Level II accreditation by ArbNet and is now recognized in the Morton Register of Arboreta, a database of the world’s tree-focused public gardens. The ArbNet program is sponsored and coordinated by the Morton Arboretum in cooperation with the American Public Gardens Association and Botanic Gardens Conservation International.
The National Historic Landmark will now be named Andalusia Historic House, Gardens and Arboretum!
The estate, carefully maintained in the 19th-century tradition, contains more than 800 trees in the living collection including nearly 250 unique specimen and cultivars from around the world. Andalusia proudly displays over 400 labeled tree and plant taxa throughout the 100-acre property. See Gardens and Arboretum page to learn more.
We look forward to the day when we can reopen our grounds and share the beauty of Andalusia with you!
See the Bucks County Courier Times article about the announcement: https://www.buckscountycouriertimes.com/news/20200424/andalusia-estate-receives-arboretum-designation?template=ampart