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Susan Muske_LaMoure County Soil Conserva

The LaMoure County Soil Conservation District owns 2 acres of land in the town of LaMoure that was donated by Don & Mary Lou Gentzkow.  The SCD has turned this land into an arboretum and is open to the public.  The purpose of this arboretum is to provide education and information on a variety of trees, shrubs, wildflowers, and grasses that can grow and thrive in our area.  This will be an ever-evolving project with more varieties and information added all the time. We welcome everyone to come and visit the arboretum, pick some grapes growing along the fence, or have a picnic lunch. The arboretum is located at the southwest of the corner of 4th Ave NW and 5th St NW.  Feel free to drive into the arboretum at the approach on the northwest side and park on the grass.

Please stop in and take a look around next time you are in town!  


Existing species planted includes:

Dakota Pinnacle Birch

Black Hills Spruce

American Larch

Amur Maple

Autumn Blaze Maple

Cathedral Elm

Princeton Elm

Bur Oak

Frontyard Linden

Royal Frost Birch

Hot Wings Tatarian Maple

Ohio Buckeye

River Clump Birch

Pagoda Dogwood

Weeping Cutleaf Birch

Japanese Lilac Tree

Red Splendar Crabapple

Sommerset Grape

King of the North Grape

Valiant Grape

Medora Juniper

Golden Curls Willow

Walker Weeping Cragana

Hughs Juniper

Mini Twists Pine

Mugo Pine

St. Mary's Broom

Blue Star Juniper

Blue Macedonian Pine

Sem Ash Leaf Spirea

Tannenbaum Mugo Pine

Blue Weeping Colorado Spruce

Big Bluestem

Little Bluestem

Sideoats Grama

Indian Grass


Purple Prairie Clover


Black-eyed Susan

Purple Coneflower

Maximillian Sunflower


Sand Cherry

Nanking Cherry

Redosier Dogwood

Aromatic Sumac

Smooth Sumac

Black Walnut

Hybrid Poplar

Prairie Sky Poplar

Debbie's Gold Apricot

Maximillian Sunflower

Golden Curls Willow

Summer Wine Ninebark


Meadowlark Forsythia

Hanson Hedge Rose

Medora Juniper

Mini Twists Pine

Tannenbaum Mugo Pine

Little Bluestem

Sideoats Grama

Big Bluestem

Mount Royal Plum


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